NBA All-Star Carmelo Anthony’s High Line Condo Relists for $12.5M After a Ravishing Redesign
Ten-time NBA All-Star and current L.A. Lakers forward Carmelo Anthony has listed his revamped spread right on the High Line in West Chelsea. Originally asking $12.85 million in 2020, then under different representation, the price was later brought down to $12.5 million before it was ultimately taken off. Two years and a dreamy redesign later, the full-floor condo staged by ASH Staging is for sale seeking $12.5 million once more.
“This massive full-floor loft is one-of-one, a sanctuary that maximizes privacy and entertaining equally with two elevators opening up to each wing of the home,” said listing agent Aaron Seawood of Triplement. “The home now benefits from a complete refresh with a clearly defined flow and enhancements.”
Playing on the industrial yet fresh and modern vibe of the High Line, the apartment fits in seamlessly with the trendy and luxe location. The building, sitting at 508 West 24th Street, wows with a bold masonry façade punctuated by massive casement windows and a factory clock. Inside the basketball pro’s residence itself, there are 75 feet of windows allowing for abundant natural light. Grounding the spaces, eye-catching stone and marble effortlessly weave throughout the 4,556-square-foot home, much like Anthony’s movements on the court.
The kitchen is open and contemporary with Calacatta gold marble and Viking appliances, while the adjacent dining and living room as well as a media room serve as the life of the party. There’s also a long outdoor terrace for relaxed indoor/outdoor living.
In the other wing, you’ll find five bedrooms and four bathrooms, including the primary suite which went from Manhattan-glitzy to California-cool with the renovations. Gaining stylish updates with no price increase, this condo could be a slam dunk for Downtown buyers.