ABOUT THE APARTMENT
Enormous, quiet Studio/convertible one bedroom with home office, very high ceilings, attractive wood flooring throughout, amazing linear wall space, great for art and book lovers, and a fantastic space for entertaining. Open, fully appointed kitchen, attractive 3-piece tiled bathroom. Terrific closet and storage throughout. Rarely on the market, won’t last, call asap to view. Rarely available apartment and will rent fast!
Prime Chelsea location
Distinctive Architectural facade
Pre-war, elevator, mid-rise rental building
Accommodating, experienced, on-site building manager
Pets are allowed on a case-by-case basis
Conveniently located amid fantastic shopping, restaurants and
ABOUT THE NEIGHBORHOOD
A hundred times have I thought New York is a catastrophe, and fifty times: It is a beautiful catastrophe.
Stroll down Seventh Avenue towards Greenwich Village and you’ll be struck by the curious m©lange of buildings escorting you down the avenue- a block of 19th century townhouses, a row of converted warehouse floor-through lofts, a radical contemporary art gallery, winking the morning’s sunlight back at you from its modern, minimal, glass and steel framing. You’re in Chelsea: architectural wonderland, cradle of the much-celebrated High Line elevated garden sanctuary, and epicenter of Manhattan’s art establishment.
Comprising the area south of 34th Street to Greenwich Village, and between 6th Avenue and the Hudson, Chelsea was once regarded as the heart of Manhattan’s Garment and Flower districts, though since it has very much come into its own as a neighborhood of artistic sophistication and quirky architectural flavor.
Within Chelsea you’ll come upon Cushman Row’s historic Greek Revivalist homes, the grandiose 1,700 unit Pre-War co-op London Terrace, and Chelsea Piers, the foremost sports and entertainment complexes in New York.