By 1929, Henry Mandel owned the city block bounded by Ninth and Tenth Avenues and 23rd and 24th streets. The land was once owned by Clement Clark Moore, who wrote ‘T was the Night Before Christmas, and was located across from the fashionable Millionaire’s Row. Mandel hired the architectural firm of Farrar & Watmaugh to design the massive complex, which was built in two phases.
London Terrace was the dream of real estate mogul Henry Mandel, a flashy developer who was a visionary in his day. In the late 1920’s, when the American economy was still strong, Mandel began acquiring land in Chelsea on which to build the largest apartment building the world had ever seen.
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.
Since 2001, Susan Singer has great success in real estate with her client-focused approach and outstanding record. Her exemplary performance has included hundreds of sales throughout Manhattan, as well as in her own building, London Terrace Towers. Susan got her first listing while in training, and was named Rookie of the Year while working in the Soho Office. Since then she’s earned numerous other awards and accolades, including Chel…
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