Consider this home a slam dunk. After listing it in 2020, NBA star Carmelo Anthony is putting his Manhattan home back on the market—this time with a complete redesign.
The newly renovated property—unit #5SN— is in the city’s trendy Chelsea neighborhood, known for its art galleries and upscale shopping, on West 24th Street. While it’s listed at the same price as it was in 2020, new renovations include a refreshed flow of the interiors, a new color palette, polished stone, and white oak floors. It’s a full-floor loft that is accessed via a private elevator and double-door access to both the north and south wing of the home.
“The home now benefits from a complete refresh with a clearly defined flow and enhancements,” says listing agent Aaron Seawood with Triplemint.
There are five bedrooms and four bathrooms, as well as a 29-foot-wide gallery room. In total, the property spans 4,556 square feet with ample outdoor space. The home’s generous size is accentuated by 10-foot-high ceilings and large casement windows, which honor Chelsea’s industrial history.
The sun-drenched living room has south- and east-facing treetop views over the High Line, which adds a tranquil dose of greenery to your environment and never makes you feel too far from the energy of the city. Along the living room, there is a spacious terrace with plenty of seating—perfect for those who love to entertain, especially in the summer months.
“This massive full-floor loft is one-of-one, a sanctuary that maximizes privacy and entertaining equally,” Seawood says. “I particularly love the flexibility of the space to accommodate a bevy of uses and the abundance of natural light from north, east, and south exposures from approximately 75-feet of casement windows overlooking the High Line. The private terrace is also a major win.”
The redesigned kitchen, complete with Viking appliances, is undoubtedly the heart of the home and has a bright and airy vibe thanks to the large windows and the Calacatta marble. The home also has a media room, with a custom-built bar, cigar humidor, and a 500-bottle temperature-controlled wine room. An office, art studio, and large laundry room round out the in-unit amenities. A few of the bedrooms are for children, but it’s certainly possible to transform the rooms into a gym or spa suite.
The king-sized primary suite is the pinnacle of the home. New design additions include a beautiful custom slat-wood wall, infusing a very Zen-like vibe. There’s a windowed en-suite bathroom with heated floors, a steam shower, soaking tub, and double vanity, and two closets with a walk-in dressing room. There’s also a pocket door that connects to another room, ideal for a nursery. The home was staged by ASH Staging, the staging division of AD100 design firm ASH NYC.
“Outside of the serenity I feel in the great room, my favorite is the moody media room that has been tailored for the ultimate retreat to escape the bustle of the world,” Seawood says. “And if that’s not your thing, the ability to have another bedroom or work-from-home space with an en-suite spa bathroom is heavenly.”
The unit is located at 508 West 24th, a ten-story condominium building with a full-time doorman, great security system, fitness room, storage, bike room, and common courtyard with gas grills.