The shopping center at the
southwest southeast corner of Montrose Blvd. and 59 known as Chelsea Market has just recently gotten the chain-link wraparound, as shown above from the west (top) and east (above). Its days had been numbered ever since plans showing a Broadstone apartment tower in place of the 3-building retail complex surfaced online last year.
Renderings of the tower, to be named Broadstone Museum District, show it rising 16-stories high:
You wouldn’t know it from the images above, but that’s 4 stories lower than The Carter (formerly Chelsea Montrose) highrise next door.
The garage and leasing office entrances, off Montrose Blvd.:
- Broadstone Museum District [EDI International via HAIF]
- Previously on Swamplot: Highrise Land Sale Triggers Early Chelsea Market Exit for Main Street Theater; Here’s Chelsea Montrose, Another 20-Story Apartment Tower for the Museum District; Construction Starts Next Week on Main St. MATCH Arts Complex in Midtown; Main Street Theater Reaches the Renovation Stage