Experience luxury living in one of the most desirable neighborhoods in New York City! Our one-bedroom apartment in Chelsea boasts an impressive list of features and amenities that will elevate your lifestyle to new heights.
The building offers a variety of convenient amenities, including a bicycle room, business center, and common outdoor space. You'll never have to worry about finding a parking spot thanks to the common parking/garage. The common roof deck is the perfect place to relax and enjoy stunning views of the city. Diplomats are welcome, and you'll have peace of mind knowing that a full-time doorman and live-in super are always on duty.
Laundry day will be a breeze with on-site laundry facilities, and your furry friends are more than welcome - cats and dogs are both permitted. The apartment itself features stainless steel appliances, a dishwasher, and hardwood floors. The renovation ensures that everything is fresh and modern, and you'll appreciate the extra storage space.
The subway is conveniently located nearby, making it easy to explore everything that New York City has to offer. Spend your downtime on the private terrace, or take advantage of the valet and concierge services. Stay connected with high-speed wifi, and enjoy the convenience of a washer/dryer in the unit.
Don't miss this opportunity to experience the very best of New York City living. Contact Raven today to schedule a viewing and see for yourself what makes this apartment so special.
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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