Carmelo Anthony Calls A Unique Manhattan Area Home

Carmelo Anthony Chelsea CondoIn an NBA offseason that has featured a dizzying array of soap opera storylines, the ongoing saga of Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks remains a plotline that has yet to find its resolution. Only time will tell if the unhappy 10-time All-Star remains a fixture in Gotham, or departs the Big Apple for a more successful squad in perhaps Houston or Cleveland.

While Anthony’s disdain for the Knicks organization has grown to record levels, his love for New York City remains absolute.

Since 2015, Anthony has called an $11 million Chelsea condo home. Located in a 10-story, 15-unit building on West 24th Street, the Anthony pad is a 4,556-square-foot setup, which combines two fifth floor units into one mega space.

Designed by renowned NYC architect Cary Tamarkin, the Anthony abode sits immediate adjacent to the city’s High Line elevated walking path, 0.3 miles from the Hudson River, 0.7 miles from the Knicks home arena of Madison Square Garden and 27 miles straight south of the Knicks Westchester County practice facility.    

Carmelo fans can also check out an up close look at the future hall of famer signing autographs, via this link.