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|Mar 23 2022||open||2||
|information:10 months + : + taxes - Rates are subject to change. Utilities are not included|
|information:1 to 6 months : + taxes - Rates are subject to change. Utilities are not included|
|information:6 to 10 months : + taxes - Rates are subject to change. Utilities are not included|
Located on the corner of 6th Ave and 15th Street, this studio apartment is a gem in the middle of Manhattan. This studio is found in a building with a fitness center, café, lounge, and landscaped courtyard. This studio also come with a balcony, perfect for a touch of fresh air, any time of day.
In a city like Manhattan, it is rare to find a spacious studio or a studio with a balcony or a studio within a building of amenities, yet this studio seems to check all that off the list. Located in a building that comes with a fitness center, café, a lounge, and a landscaped courtyard, this 490 sqft (45.5 sqm) apartment gives you possibilities that other apartments won’t. Walking into this studio, you feel right at home, in a modern, simple, elegant space. To your left-hand side, you have a huge walk-in closet, spacious enough for all your clothes and accessories. In the main room, you have a sofa, A/C, TV with cable, a dining table that seats four easily, a queen size bed with sheets, and a seat in the corner allowing you to enjoy your view and the sunlight. In the kitchen, located on your right-hand side the minute you walk in, is equipped with a refrigerator, an oven with a four-burner stove, a coffeemaker, a toaster, and a dishwasher. The bathroom is simple and elegant. It has a tub-shower, water-closet, a sink with cabinetry for toiletries, towels, and a small window, just perfect to allow natural light and fresh air into the room. What tops this apartment is the balcony. It is rare to have a New York City apartment with a balcony, better yet a studio, yet this studio has one. You also have a washer and dryer, and an elevator in the building.
Located in Chelsea, but right on the on the border of Flatiron and Greenwich Village, this studio apartment has everything you need right at your fingertips. For New Yorkers, everything is about convenience. Whether that is food or clothe shopping, or a morning breakfast bagel, or a gallon of milk from your neighborhood bodega, New Yorkers want something simple, which is the reason why they are in New York in the first place. With this studio apartment being located right on Sixth Ave, you have the subway station, supermarkets, restaurants, cafes and more cafes, art galleries, parks, almost anything that crosses your mind, you can find it here. But being in a neighborhood like Chelsea, you can’t miss the chance to not go see art galleries. There are practically 20 art galleries per block, all different art, contemporary to impressionism, from art deco to sculptures. You can also visit the Whitey Museum of American Art, displaying contemporary art from American artists. But what you cannot miss, is a walk on the Highline Park. The Highline is a 1.45 mile long (2.3 km) linear park, that was a former rail trail. At the end of the Highline, you can hope inside the Chelsea Market, a market combination of a food hall and shopping mall. From there, you enter the Meatpacking District, currently being a hip commercial area that has high-end clothe stores, restaurants, famous NYC clubs, and classic cobblestone streets. After you explore that area, you being to emerge into the neighborhood of the Greenwich Village. To explore the rest of Manhattan, and the outer boroughs, outside your main building entrance, you have the 14th Street Subway station, giving you access to lines E, F, and M. Just a block away, you have the 6th Ave Subway Station providing line L, direct into Brooklyn.