#1 in CHELSEA - Large 1 bedroom 61 reviews Sunny Silent Doorman. Huge 1 bedroom home in a 24 hour attended, High floor in the best location in Chelsea.
This 700SF/67SM home has a separate bedroom, an open kitchen, a South Facing Living Room and 3 empty closets.
• Open kitchen with large refrigerator/freezer, microwave, dishwasher
• Large Queen sized bedroom with large EMPTY closets - 1 closet is as large as the bathroom!
• Large sunny living room
• Quiet Sunflooded Southern exposure
• All linens included
• Fully Air Conditioned
* DSL & WIRELESS internet connection and 700 channel cable TV
• This home is a NON SMOKING HOME - NO PETS
* Indoor parking in building available for $37 per day
* 24 hour lobby attended building
* The home is on a high floor has NO street noise.
* A 1 minute walk to #1 and F trains
* Great restaurants and 500+ galleries. Near New Highline Park
This home has the feel of a hotel suite and has a rooftop terrace.
Walking distance to Times Square, Greenwich Village/Soho
CHELSEA LIFE: Directly north of Greenwich Village, the area known as Chelsea stretches from 14th Street to 30th Street, and Seventh Avenue to the Hudson River. After gentrification in the 1990s, Chelsea emerged as one of the hottest, hippest neighborhoods.
Now home to New York's art scene, you'll find over 300 galleries and studios creating a swirl of activity on the western border. Add to that a great mix of restaurants, shopping, the High Line Park for a lively, high-energy feeling that attracts many visitors in a lively neighborhood.
Just below 23rd Street on the Hudson River, the incredible, 30-acre Chelsea Piers Sports and Entertainment Complex provides ample space for everything from Olympic laps to racquet sports and golf practice. It's also the venue for many of the city's power events.
The CHELSEA MARKET at 75 Ninth Avenue offers a wide variety of the city's finest foods in an impressive setting.
Shopping abounds at local, specialty boutiques or megastores like Bed Bath & Beyond, Loehman's and Barney's Warehouse. Visit Jeffrey's on West 14th Street, where the fashion crowd finds the latest looks.
Enjoy a wide variety of great restaurants from casual cafes to cool bistros, with many delicious ethnic offerings.
Movie theaters, cafes and bars create a great social mix.
Chelsea is a great mix of busy and peaceful. While its main avenues hum with activity, tree-lined side streets with apartments and brownstones lend a quiet, residential air. Thus it attracts families as well as singles. While definitely a happening area, Chelsea is still growing and is a fun place to live, with easy access to the rest of the city via walking, subway, bus or bicycle!
Places of Interest: High Line Park (3 blocks)
Eataly (2 blocks)
Union Square (4 blocks)
Gramercy Park (2 blocks)
Greenwich Village (7 blocks)
East Village (1.1 miles)
Times Square (19 blocks)
Soho (1.3 miles)
Lower East Side (1.7 miles)
Chinatown (1.8 miles)
Harlem (15 minutes by subway)
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