Cindy Gallop’s “The Black Apartment” Home

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Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2.5 House Size: 3,280 sq ft
Acerage: N/A Year built: 1920

Like the sidewalks of California, the streets of New York are filled with stars………somewhere. But, they’re out there. New York has Broadway, where Sir Ian McKellan and Patrick Stewart can be found at. And, there’s “The Black Apartment,” which was brought forth by advertising exec Cindy Gallop. With some help, she attracted rappers such as Nelly and Notorious B.I.G.. Who knows what other celebrities paid a visit to the one-of-a-kind W 23rd St home. One thing’s certain; the language the black abode speaks is money. But, since when did a luxurious apartment in NYC ever be unfamiliar with such a language.

So, what would $5.995 million provide you with? For starters, the floor plan includes 2 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, and measures 3,280 sq ft. And, well, it’s nothing but pure modest elegance in the mind of Cindy Gallop. You have a library/entertainment section, formal/casual dining, and an open kitchen. The apartment lies between the Meatpacking and Flatiron Districts, and is about half a dozen blocks away from the historic Madison Square Garden. What’s there not to like?

Address: 213 W 23rd St Apt 6S,  New York NY 10011

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