Stella Tower, originally designed in 1927 by Art Deco architect Ralph Walker, became one of Hell's Kitchen newest boutique luxury buildings four years ago after its conversion to residential. The exterior has retained period glamour while the interiors have become modernized. A rare opportunity to own a one-bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom covering an expansive foot print of 1,227 sq. ft. This Hudson river facing, meticulously designed and executed unit boasts 13-foot ceilings, giving a loft-like feel. The chef's kitchen, outfitted in Miele appliances and SmallBone cabinetry, is open to the dining and living room. It contains all of the necessary amenities for every day cooking and even entertaining. The generous master suite contains an alcove perfect for either a home office, entertainment space or nursery. The en-suite bathroom has custom marble floors, soaking tub, glass enclosed shower, marble slab double vanity and is decorated with some of Waterworks finest fixtures. There is a large walk-in California Closet, beveled hand-laid oak floors throughout, central multi-zoned HVAC system, and a washer-and-dryer unit. The unit is beautifully designed with many Danish inspired pieces and can be delivered fully furnished. Ralph Walker was one of New York's most successful and prolific architects and a master of modern ornament. Praised as "the only other honest architect in America" by Frank Lloyd Wright, Walker shaped New York's skyline during the Roaring Twenties, from the iconic Barclay-Vesey Telephone Building at 140 West Street to the luxurious Irving Trust Building at One Wall Street in the heart of the city's financial district, and the newly transformed Walker Tower in Chelsea. Elegant amenities at Stella Tower provide residences with modern conveniences and ease: 24-hour attended lobby, fitness center, residents' lounge with pantry and bar, outdoor garden lounge, bicycle storage room and temperature controlled grocery storage.