The Campiello Collection in Chelsea was developed by Elad. It was one of their first condos in New York in the early 2000s when most people would head to the Upper East Side still when looking to buy, to find themselves a Classic 6 – as the traditional 2-bedroom coop homes were referred to with their closed kitchens and small maid rooms. While no one measures square footage in the same way, these ranged from 1,400 to 1,600 Square Feet.
By 1998 developers had started to convert former warehouses in lower Manhattan and Chelsea was about to undergo great change. Formerly Barney’s parking lot (Barney’s is back – around the corner) this building was built ground up as a boutique full-service luxury condo. One of the key features that make it stand out today is the extra spacious living rooms and bedrooms. To attract buyers downtown back then, it was all about space. By 2004 developers started chopping the apartment sizes down so many later New Developments in Chelsea and the area had small second bedrooms and tighter living/dining combinations.
This home was recently updated with the most beautiful of 5″ wide plank white oak floors which look and feel incredible under your feet. Peaceful beyond belief, this residence is a great escape from New York without having to leave. Enjoy this short clip. Price: $ 2,995,000