Welcome to your urban oasis on 550 West 54th Street! This high-floor, east-facing 1-bedroom condominium offers a perfect blend of modern living and convenience in the heart of the city.
Step into a bright and spacious living space with breathtaking city views that will greet you every morning and enchant you with sparkling city lights at night. The well-appointed kitchen boasts a dishwasher, making cleanup a breeze after enjoying home-cooked meals or entertaining guests. Plus, with the added convenience of a washer/dryer in the unit, laundry day has never been easier.
This pet-friendly building ensures that all members of your family are welcome, including your furry friends. Whether you have cats or dogs, they'll find a warm and welcoming community here.
The amenities in this building are second to none. Enjoy the services of a doorman and concierge for added security and convenience. Stay active and fit with access to the on-site gym, or take a dip in the refreshing swimming pool on sunny days. For outdoor enthusiasts, the property offers private outdoor space, perfect for creating your own little sanctuary in the midst of the bustling city.
The location of this condominium is unparalleled, providing easy access to all the excitement and opportunities the city has to offer. Nearby, you'll find various transportation options, shopping centers, restaurants, and entertainment venues, ensuring you're never far from the action.
Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to call this modern 1-bedroom condo your new home. Schedule a viewing today and experience urban living at its finest!
Availability: Available from 7/16/23
Utilities: Not specified
Property type: Condominium
Year built: 2009
Pet details: All Pets OK, including cats and dogs
Amenities: Elevator, Pets - Cats OK, Pets - Dogs O
Between 34th and 59th street, Hell's Kitchen is the place to be if you're seeking a good time in Manhattan. A myriad of bars and restaurants line the streets of 8th, 9th, and 10th avenues while the streets are adorned with brownstones, apartment complexes and cute cafes. This once feared neighborhood has become a friendly place to kick back and have a drink with friends.
Hell's Kitchen started life as several plots of farmland in the early 1700's. The easy access to the river proved to be perfect for agricultural pursuits. However, as the city expanded north, more and more farms were purchased from their owners to make space for other things, like the construction of New York Hospital in 1911.
The population of the area exploded in the early 1900's. Even so, the city didn't pay too much attention to the area, which led to increased poverty and crime. During prohibition, Hell's Kitchen was the site of several major distilling and rumrunner…
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