Chelsea Superheroes in the Residential Market, Heed This Call

[gallery link="file"] Apparently Tony Stark doesn’t like living so close to the High Line. We’re not entirely sure who is selling this 3 bed, 3 bath loft at the uber-modern, uber- “New Chelsea” development HL23, but Brown Harris Stevens is clearly dealing with the alter ego of some super hero, or at least a set designer for modern superhero movies. While there aren’t nearly enough images on the listing (not just for edifying potential buyers, but satiating the curiosity of creepy peepers like yours truly) or even a floor plan, this entire floor is a crazy unique unit that seems to be fairly priced at $6.3 million. Especially if you’re a wealthy industrialist with a penchant for fighting crime, look at all the super contemporary features and steel and glass. This place just screams “secret lair cum public residence.” Plus, there must be a way to launch your super-mobile from the vestiges of the tracks that are now the High Line. Beware evil-doers (and/or people having public sex in the windows of “The Boom Boom Room”). tmcenery@observer.com  

Apparently Tony Stark doesn’t like living so close to the High Line.

We’re not entirely sure who is selling this 3 bed, 3 bath loft at the uber-modern, uber- “New Chelsea” development HL23, but Brown Harris Stevens is clearly dealing with the alter ego of some super hero, or at least a set designer for modern superhero movies.

While there aren’t nearly enough images on the listing (not just for edifying potential buyers, but satiating the curiosity of creepy peepers like yours truly) or even a floor plan, this entire floor is a crazy unique unit that seems to be fairly priced at $6.3 million.

Especially if you’re a wealthy industrialist with a penchant for fighting crime, look at all the super contemporary features and steel and glass. This place just screams “secret lair cum public residence.”

Plus, there must be a way to launch your super-mobile from the vestiges of the tracks that are now the High Line.

Beware evil-doers (and/or people having public sex in the windows of “The Boom Boom Room”).

tmcenery@observer.com

 

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