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Located on the corner of Avenue of the Americas and 28th Street, the one-bedroom apartment is found in Chelsea, in the heart of Manhattan. The apartment comes with a washer and dryer in unit, a gym, and spectacular room views of New York City.
The interior photos are from a model one-bedroom suite. The model suite is representative of both the quality and the style of the suites offered at this location. Description, floor plan, and photos are for reference purposes only. Actual one bedroom suite's dimensions, layouts, and furniture may vary.
Walking into the main room, you are greeted by the wall to wall and floor to ceiling windows, grasping one amazing view of New York, and allowing natural light to flow right into the room. This one-bedroom, 430 sqft (40 sqm) apartment is located on one of the highest floors of the building. In the main room, you have an open floor concept with the living room and kitchen as one. In the living portion of the room, you have a sofa and TV. In the kitchen, you have a refrigerator, coffeemaker, and microwave. In the bedroom, you have eclectic furniture, and the room comes with a king-size bed, TV, sheets, and floor to ceiling windows. The bathroom is sleek and minimal and equipped with a shower, towels, water closet, sink and mirror. This apartment is covered in hardwood flooring, has a washer and dryer in unit, and a fitness center.
This one-bedroom apartment is found in the center point of Manhattan. Just a few blocks away you have famous landmarks such as the Empire State Building, Times Square, Madison Square Garde, Flatiron Building, Hudson Yards, and the High Line. The best part of living in Chelsea is the ability to visit endless art galleries. An estimate of over 200 art galleries in the neighborhood of Chelsea, you will never get tired of exploring each block and admiring new art. After exploring all the art galleries in Chelsea, hop on the High Line. The Highline Park is a 1.45 mile (2.3 km) long elevated park that once serves as a New York Central Railroad. From there, at end of the High Line leads you to the Whitney Museum of American Art. There you can explore and wander art from famous American artists and enjoy three levels of unbeatable views of Manhattan. To explore the rest of Manhattan, you have the 34th Street – Herald Square Subway Station giving you access to lines B, D, F, M, N, Q, R, and W.