This 32 story luxury apartment building is located on Sixth Avenue in the heart of Chelsea--one of New York's hottest neighborhoods. It is breathtaking both inside and out with state-of-the-art designs, a terrace and water wall entry. Madison Square Garden is located nearby and Penn Station enables quick access to easy transportation within the city as well as routes like Long Island Rail Road, NJ Transit and Amtrack. The building is also conveniently located close to some of the finest dining as well as great bars. Cafes such as Gregory's Coffee and Starbucks are at the doorstep. Chelsea Market and Whole Foods is close by for grocery requirements along with Duane Reade for pharmacy needs. Greely Square Park enhances the vibe of the neighborhood along with a buzzing night life for several entertainment options.
On-site laundry enables hassle free living. There is a beautiful outdoor recreational zone on the 2nd floor to unwind and take in nature and breeze. The fitness center features both weights and cardio machines and membership is offered at a nominal rate per month. Enjoy a private conference room as well as a member's lounge with a billiards table to enjoy some playtime.
The 1 bedroom apartment boasts a modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite counter top and sturdy cabinets. Floor to ceiling windows provides ample sunlight. Hardwood flooring is a plus for all seasons. The apartment has a generous floor plan with several large closets for ample storage. The bedroom is spacious with a large closet.
To schedule a visit call Mansi Gupta at (718) 550 2925. Don't miss out on the opportunity to make this your dream haven!!
Chelsea is a vibrant neighborhood from humble origins located on the west side of Manhattan between 14th and 34th street. With a ton of things to do, places to see, and some of the most luxurious apartments in the city, Chelsea is a neighborhood that's always looking for the next cool thing to add to the vibe of the area.
Chelsea originally started out as farmland, specifically the farmland of British Major Thomas Clarke. Clarke named his estate "Chelsea" after a district in London and the name stuck ever since. In the early 1800's Clark's daughter sold the land to the city, and Chelsea became an industrial neighborhood.
With industrialization came working class immigrants, who worked the piers and helped build the row houses and low rise apartment complexes that are still around to this day. Thanks to its surplus of industries and piers, Chelsea soon became a slightly wealthy neighborhood. It was even the sight of the new theater district before…
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