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Carmelo Anthony lists swank Chelsea apartment for $12.85M

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The NBA star’s full-floor pad overlooks the High Line

A living area with hardwood floors, large windows, a beige couch, a glass table, and four small decorative statues (two look like Charlie Brown and the other two like Mickey Mouse). Photos: Rich Caplan for The Michael Graves Team, Compass

NBA star Carmelo Anthony has listed his fancy, full-floor Chelsea condo for $12.85 million, five years after buying it, the Wall Street Journal first reported.

The 4,556-square-foot pad—which Anthony bought back in 2015 for $11 million—sits next to the High Line, in a Cary Tamarkin-designed building at 508 West 24th Street.

Located on the building’s fifth floor and accessible through a private elevator, the apartment has five bedrooms, four bathrooms, eight closets, a wine cellar, a laundry room, space for a gallery, and a private terrace that overlooks the High Line.

Interior details include 10-foot ceilings, large windows, rift and quartered oak floors, custom walnut cabinetry, and Calacatta Gold marble countertops in its kitchen.

Compass broker Kevin Mallen, who has the listing along with Michael Graves, says the apartment is “an art collector’s dream with ample wall space.” Anthony, a former Knick and New York native who back in November signed with the Portland Trail Blazers, is looking for another home in the New York area, according to the brokerage.

The property’s tax bill is expectedly hefty, coming in at $9,645/month with common charges at $7,008/month.

A bedroom with a large bed, hardwood floors, large windows, and a mirror on top of each nightstand.
The apartment has rift and quartered oak floors throughout.
A marble bathroom with a window.
The condo’s bathroom, which the listing calls a “spa bath.”
A marble bathroom.
The marble bathroom.