The Tate – 535 West 23rd Street

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The Tate is a Rockwell Group-designed rental building in Chelsea, filled with bamboo trees, sunlit windowed elevator lobbies and a courtyard garden. The Tate offers well proportioned studio, one and two bedroom apartments featuring gourmet kitchens with granite countertops, stone tile baths, oak parquet floors, large windows, customized closet space and washer/dryer in each home. The Tate is located in the heart of the gallery district, but it takes its cues from the more recently created Highline Park, bringing nature into the home. The Tate boasts 313 residences in two connected residential towers; a rooftop deck offers views of the Hudson River.

Units and Pricing

There are currently five available units for rent at The Tate, ranging in price from $2,995 to $5,995. Previous rental listings ranged from $2,495 to $5,975 with the majority falling into the $3-4k range. The average price per square foot at The Tate, for both current and previous listings is $65.

Features and Amenities

Studio apartments at The Tate feature gourmet kitchens with granite countertops and full-sized appliances.  The interiors also include stone tile baths, oak parquet floors, large windows, customized closet space and washer/dryer. 1 bedroom apartments boast separate dining areas, have 1.5 baths and custom-designed gourmet kitchens with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and cherry wood cabinetry. These residences also feature stone tile baths with vessel sinks, customized closet space and washer/dryer. Select residences have terraces.

Residents at The Tate enjoy an entertainment lounge, a business and internet lounge, a state of the art health and fitness center, and a landscaped rooftop terrace. Services at The Tate include the Related Personal Assistant, move-in coordination, electronic payments, in-home package delivery and more.

Location

The Chelsea neighborhood is a vibrant one, pulsing with the life force of galleries, restaurants, boutiques and bars. Whether you’re teeing off at Chelsea Piers, or prefer to spend your days hunting for the next big thing in art, there’s something for you. Evenings can be spent wining and dining, late nights can be spent mingling with the celebrities that frequent the Chelsea nightclubs. Furthermore, The Tates 23rd Street location makes it a cinch to get just about anywhere in Manhattan, as every train line stops somewhere along the major street.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

The Tate is named after Britain’s famous Tate museum, and with the galley-centric location, it’s easy to see why. New York’s version of The Tate is a handsome, well-maintained and modern apartment building boasting a variety of layouts and a near-perfect location. Transportation to other parts of the city is a cinch, but Chelsea has so much to offer that you may never leave your ten block radius. The building itself offers all you could want, from the spacious and light-filled apartments to the rooftop sun deck and state of the art fitness center. The Tate has everything you need and nothing you don’t.