Albert Wilk broker of Wilk RealEstate Ltd. New-York and Florida licences
Since 1987
Albert Wilk, Licensed Real Estate Broker in New York & Florida
Neighborhood: Chelsea
Year Built: 1929
Year Converted: 2011
Number of Apartments: 42
Number of Floors: 23
Building Access: Elevator
Developer: JDS Development
Architect: Cetra/Ruddy Incorporated
Designer: Ralph Walker
Service Level: Concierge
Type: Pre-war High-rise
Building Amenities: Bike Room, Children's Playroom, Cold Storage, Doorman, Fitness Center, Sauna, Steam Room, Views
Building Features: Concierge, Lounge, Rooftop Deck
Features: Built-in Closets, Washer and Dryer
Bathroom: Bathtub, Glass Shower, Marble, Vanity
Kitchen: Dishwasher, Fully Equipped Kitchen, Stainless Steel Appliances

Walker Tower is a name imbued with history. Originally called The Verizon Building, an Art-Deco style skyscraper designed by famed architect Ralph Walker, the Chelsea high-rise is now one the most sought-after modern condominiums in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood. With pre-war detail that is absent from any contemporary designs, Walker Tower is the ideal combination of classic style with the modern comforts that define luxury New York apartments.

Walker Tower features 55 luxury condos for sale, each boasting 10-foot windows and a layout that allows for expansive views out onto Chelsea and downtown Manhattan. Walker Tower also has a four-story penthouse extension. Spaciousness is certainly key as all units are built with a lofty ceiling height and expert detailing. Walker Tower’s designs will aid in bathing all units with light through the expansive window designs. With large private terraces available, residents will be given access to lofty outdoor spaces.

Walker Tower is an excellent combination of past and present. While Ralph Walker made the architectural basis that allowed for many of the features at 212 West 18th Street, the building is ready to be carried into the future. With dramatic penthouse expansions, Walker Tower at 212 West 18th Street will become a model of how classic Manhattan architecture can be transformed to meet modern standards.

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