The Dance Building

217 West 19th Street, between Seventh Avenue & Eighth Avenue   |    Chelsea

The Dance Building - 217 West 19th Street
  • Condo
  • Built in 2002
  • 12 Apartments
  • 11 Floors
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The Dance Building, 217 West 19th Street has received a CityRealty Rating of 74, based on:

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Overview

This handsome and modern 11-story building houses the Dance Theater Workshop on its lower three floors and its top floors have 12 condominium apartments ranging in size from 2,158 to 2,675 square feet.

Designed by Ed Rawlings, the building s apartments have column-free, unpartitioned spaces that permit flexible layouts of two to four bedrooms and up to three bathrooms. They are distinguished by a 53-foot-long wall of windows that opens onto private balconies.

Each apartment has an island kitchen by Builthaup with Subzero, Thermador, Gaggenau and Bosch appliances and a windowed master bathroom with marble finishes. The eighth floor apartment has north and south roof terraces of 2,041 square feet and the building’s penthouse has a 53-foot-long southern balcony and a 1,226-square-foot south racing roof terrace above. The apartments have insulated double walls and floors, wide-strip maple hardwood floors, and high-speed data connectivity.

There is a residents’ rooftop recreational area and the mid-block building’s lobby is finished in stone with stainless steel features and a video security system.

The building is very close to the Joyce Theater on Eighth Avenue, one of the city’s premier venues of modern dance, and this area is one of the city’s liveliest with many restaurants and art galleries.

The Dance Theater Workshop was started in 1967 by Jeff Duncan, Jack Moore and Art Bauman in a loft and in 1975 they moved to the American Theater Lab at this location and in addition...

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Features & Amenities

  • Roof Deck
  • Video Intercom

Pros

  • Contemporary lobby with stone floor and stainless steel accents
  • High speed data cable and satellite connectivity
  • 6-burner Thermador gas range with 36¿ oven and Gaggenau hood
  • 27¿ SubZero refrigerator
  • Bosch dishwasher
  • Central Chelsea location
  • Some terraces
  • Very wide windows
  • Some balconies
  • Video security system
  • Rooftop recreational area
  • Windowed bathroom with marble fixtures
  • Base of building is Dance Theater Workshop
  • Handsome, modern building
  • Convenient to many restaurants

Cons

  • No doorman
  • No garage
  • No concierge
  • Base of building is Dance Theater Workshop
  • Several blocks from cross-town bus service

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