Nature-Infused Living in Singular City Style

Now leasing thoughtfully-designed Studio, One-, Two-, and Three-bedroom Homes.

Rooted in Manhattan's iconic Chelsea neighborhood and blooming with natural green spaces, Ruby redefines harmonious living with a commitment and focus on health and well-being at every level.

Elegant, light-filled apartments with high ceilings, abundant access to outdoor spaces, and an array of life-enhancing amenities provide a sanctuary for relaxation, restoration, and recreation, including everything from a private garden to a rooftop pool.

Optimally situated with easy access to transportation and world-class art, dining, and cultural destinations, Ruby is within minutes of some of New York's most celebrated attractions.

Developed by a women-led team with unmatched green-building credentials, Ruby is sustainable in vision, sophisticated in design, singular in experience.

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Come home to natural elegance, conscientiously designed for well-being and inspired by nature.


Gather and revitalize in lush tranquility and sustainably crafted style with an abundance of wellness-focused amenities and rejuvenating green spaces, including the light-soaked Lobby Garden.


Find yourself in the vibrant heart of New York’s world-famous Chelsea, a historic epicenter of culture, art, and diversity.


Innovative. Inspiring. Iconic. The Inspiration of Ruby.

In 1912, Ruby Bailey emigrated to New York City from Bermuda with her mother and sister. She was seven years old, but already knew she was destined to lead an artist’s life. And so began a lifetime of creativity and innovation.

Bailey was multitalented. She worked across various media and brought her artistic eye to everything she did. She was an expressive visual and performance artist who participated in fashion shows, art exhibitions, and theatrical productions. She was also a master beader, sought after for her ability to execute the most intricate fashion designs.

Bailey’s proudest achievement was her design and production of her unique, doll-size mannequins. Each mannequin was unique. Bailey formed the doll’s head and body, usually in a dance position, then dressed the mannequin in clothes that she designed and made. Some of these fanciful mannequins are part of the permanent costume collection of the Museum of the City of New York.

Bailey lived in Harlem until her death in 2003 at the age of 97. Like many Black artists of her time, she was not widely recognized for her lifetime achievements and contributions, yet was known throughout the community for her avant-garde style and influence.

We are proud to celebrate and commemorate the artistic life and visionary work of this cultural legend. Ruby is MAG Partners’ first in a portfolio of residential buildings to be named after historical and influential women.

Designed by celebrated architects COOKFOX Architects, the exterior of the building is contextual masonry inspired by the rich historic architectural fabric of the neighborhood, while the residences will incorporate biophilic design strategies that connect its residents to nature.