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  • History

    The history of Chelsea and London Terrace is fascinating, whether you’re a born New Yorker or followed your dream to the city. With the help of James N. Wells, he divided other plots of land for high quality residences, and on the block of West 23rd and 24th streets the original London Terrace was built alongside the Chelsea Cottages in 1845.
     

Amenities

London Terrace Towers is a classic pre-war building reimagined for modern life. From building-wide high-speed Internet access to a peaceful courtyard garden, residents enjoy the conveniences offered at London Terrace.There are many facilities like Roof Garden/Sun Deck, Pool,Health Club, Bicycle Rooms, Laundry Rooms, Telecommunications and many more.
 

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Pet Friendly Building - Pet Stories

Meet Barkley, who lives at LTNY with mom, Rhonda!

RESIDENTS - LUMINARIES

  • RORY GEVIS
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    Rory Gevis expresses her artistic talents in several mediums and industries but it all revolves around her creativity and daring to think and produce outside the ...
  • Daphne Pinkerson mar
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    ME: Thanks for taking the time to meet with me Daphne. In reviewing your bio I learned that your entry into the field of documentary film-making ...
  • MICHAEL BOURNE
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    Michael Bourne came across everything in his life by chance. Originally from Bloomington Indiana, he got his PHD in theatre where he studied with Kevin Kline. ...
  • DIANNE ATHEY
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    Dianne Athey is one of London Terrace’s many multi-faceted artists. She’s a painter, who’s recent works include a series of realistic, large, Sea Glass paintings. She ...
  • GIUSEPPE LIGNANO
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    “I fell in love with London Terrace the first time I ever saw it back in 1989 when I first arrived in NY. What a heroic ...
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