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Flow Chelsea, 211 West 29th Street: Review and Ratings

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Carter Horsley
Review of 211 West 29th Street by Carter Horsley

This distinctive, 24-story, mid-block building at 211 West 29th Street in Chelsea is known as Flow Chelsea and was developed by Bernstein Real Estate. which was founded in 2 1926.  It has 55 rental units. 

It was designed by Zakrzewski & Hyde Architects.  

The building won the NYSERDA Buildings of Excellence Award for its "Passive House" design that offers improved air quality, thermal comfort, reduced noise and reduced utility costs.  The building was launched in December, 2019.  

The building is two blocks south of Penn Station and is convenient to subways.

Bottom Line

A handsome "Passive House" mid-block building in Chelsea near Penn Station with a dramatic curved, two-story-high entrance marquee.


The building has a dramatic curved, two-story high entrance marquee. 

The building's 9-story base has four windows bays while its setback tower has three. 

The large windows are triple-glazed and have frames that project from the building's white stone façade. 

The building has a "Passive House" environmental policy that includes LED lighting, emissions-reducing appliances and electric heat pumps for the in-unit washers and dryers.


The building has a doorman, a concierge, video intercoms, key bob access, a fitness center has Peloton bikes, a bicycle room, a package room, cold storage and a laundry.


Kitchens has custom cabinetry with quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances.  

Line D consists of two-bedroom units on floors 7 through 11 with entry foyers leading past open kitchens with breakfast bars to 15-foot-long living rooms. 

Line B has one-bedroom units on floors 15 through 18 with entrances into open kitchens that leads to 15-foot-long living rooms. 

Line C has studio on floors through 6 with entrances into eat-in open kitchens that lead to 17-foot-long living rooms. 

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