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With a superior location and hotel-like amenities, this Chelsea suite at Avenue of the Americas and 28th Street is in a secure building. This pet-friendly building includes amenities such as a heavily equipped gym for all goers, elevator, laundry, full-time security, free breakfast, and free wifi.
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. The actual one-bedroom suite's dimensions, layouts, and furniture may vary.
The suite-style room is spacious, bright, and fully furnished with contemporary furniture. The room includes a plush king-size bed, flat panel TV, workspace nightstands, lamp, and a generous bathroom. The kitchen is an open-style den with a mini-fridge, microwave, and coffee maker. The bathroom is clean with fresh towels, a standing glass door shower, sink vanity, and toilet.
Outside your building, there are plenty of local shops, cafes, restaurants & bars, tourist sites, and parks. Some Chelsea highlights include:
For a variety of food and shopping selections head to Chelsea Market (1 mi/1600m) and explore a food hall, shopping mall, office building, and a television production facility.
Something a little closer to your building, take a neighborhood stroll to Madison Square Park. (.3mi/ 480m) with a pathway, playground, greenery, and benches, you will find yourself immersed in the livelihood of the city park.
Chelsea Flea Market (.3mi/ 480m) focuses on high-quality antiques, unique vintage goods, architectural salvage, and collectibles, with a select handful of food vendors. Free to enter every Saturday and Sunday from 8 am- 5 pm. Hosts 50- 60 local vendors.
More highlights down the block or a train over in Chelsea include The Highline (an elevated park that spans from 34th Street to Gansevoort St), The Whitney Museum of American Art, and Museum of Illusions, The Rubin Museum of Art. The nearest subway stations are just a street over on 28th Street/ Broadway (.1mi/160m) serving lines N, Q, R, W, and 23rd St / 6 Avenue (.3mi/480m) serving lines 1 and 2.