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You can enjoy Manhattan’s energetic Chelsea neighborhood when you rent this 2 bedroom/2 bath furnished apartment for your stay in New York City. The apartment is located on the 14th floor in an elevator building with laundry facilities and an on-site gym. The building is situated near West 24th Street & 7th Avenue.
Imagine relaxing by the TV in the living room of this 2 bedroom/2 bath apartment surrounded by windows with sweeping NYC views. A glass dining table for four sits outside the kitchen area. A cut out countertop between the kitchen and living room provides a spot to pull up a bar stool and enjoy a casual snack. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher. Bedroom 1 is furnished with a spacious king size bed with night tables and a desk and chair, along with closets for storage. Bedroom 2 is furnished with a queen size bed, night tables and a dresser and closets for storage. The two full bathrooms are spa-like, one with tub/shower and the other with a spacious glass enclosed shower.
The building’s gym is perfect for conveniently getting your workout in after trying all the local eateries. The neighborhood of Chelsea in Manhattan has plenty of dining options. Malibu Diner is just around the corner from the building and is open 24/7, or try organic new American fare at Foragers Table (300 W 22nd Street). Pick up some sweet treats at Milk Bar Chelsea (220 8th Avenue) or Doughnut Plant (220 W 23rd Street) to take home. When you feel like making use of your fully equipped kitchen you can find all your ingredients at Whole Foods Market or Fairway Market - Chelsea, both just a block or less from the building. Spend a day wandering through the more than 200 art galleries located in this neighborhood or take a stroll along the High Line, NYC’s elevated urban park built on abandoned railway tracks.
Subway access can be found at 23 Street / 7 Avenue: (1 line).