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Found on the corner of Avenue of the Americas and 28th Street, this studio apartment is located in the center of Chelsea. Within walking blocks from your studio apartment, you have the Empire State Building, the High Line park, Madison Square Garden, Macys, and Madison Square Park.
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 through the main door, you are greeted with an open floor plan of the entire studio. In this apartment you are greeted with a simple, mature, and elegant feeling. In the main space you have a king size bed, and a sofa that turns into a twin bed and a TV in the room. In the kitchen portion of the room, you have a microwave, coffeemaker, and a fridge. The bathroom is equipped with a shower, towels, a water closet, sink and mirror vanity. This studio apartment comes with hardwood flooring and the building is outfitted with an elevator. The amenities in this building include a washer and dryer, and a fitness center.
Nothing beats convenience in New York, after all, everyone who lives in New York City, wants things to be convenient to them. This studio apartment is the definition of convenience. Within close proximity to the Empire State Building, Times Square, Madison Square Garden, Madison Square Park, Hudson Yards, Flatiron Building, and the High Line, everything near this apartment will always keep you busy end enjoying your time. Chelsea also is the center of New York Art galleries. With over 200 art galleries in the neighborhood of Chelsea, you will never get bored of trying to understand art. After going from one gallery to another, walk 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. At the end, you will come across the Whitney Museum of American Art, which offers art from famous American artists and three levels of exterior 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.