Enjoy NYC from this immaculately kept, full floor residence that sleeps 8, located in Chelsea. Enjoy your newly renovated home with 11 foot ceilings 7 foot windows, central air conditioning and hardwood floors throughout. Cable TV, Wi-Fi. The apartment is two flights up from street level - no elevator.
The residence has air conditioning.
The residence features a state of the art kitchen including all the appliances and small wares to prepare home cooked meals. Enjoy your morning coffee brewed in a Keurig single brew coffee maker or tea from your electric tea kettle.
Relax at the end of your day in the spacious living room in a large leather chair or one of the two leather sofas - which are both a queen size sleeper with a memory foam mattress - while watching TV on a 65' flat screen TV.
Have your meals at the dining table that seats 8 in your dining area while watching TV on a 65' flat screen TV.
All of the bedrooms have queen size beds.The master bedroom and second bedroom have en suite bathrooms.The third bathroom is in a common hallway. All bedrooms have Beautyrest Recharge Pierpoint Plush mattresses and 40' flat screen TV's.
Less than half a block to the NYC Subway station
Located between Midtown and the West Village, Chelsea offers good public transportation and proximity to the Midtown office district as well as the many attractions of downtown. The neighborhood is full of surprises as a result of a confluence of changing development patterns.
A melting pot of people can be found in Chelsea and the area’s architecture reflects that same diversity. The area above 23rd Street by the Hudson River is post-industrial, featuring the newly-opened High Line Park. To the south, between Ninth and Tenth avenues, mid-nineteenth century townhouses stand, some restored to single-family use. The white-tile portholed National Maritime Union Building—now the chic Maritime hotel—is a notable landmark. Another converted neighborhood relic is the Episcopal Church of the Holy Communion that once was home to the infamous Limelight Disco.
In the 1990’s the neighborhood saw an influx of art galleries seeking less expensive space than was available in SoHo. In one of the most rapid transformations in the city’s history, the neighborhood has become one of the world's centers of modern contemporary art, with over 370 art galleries.
Chelsea Piers, a major waterfront recreational facility, reintroduced many New Yorkers to the area. The Ninth Avenue food mecca, better known as The Chelsea Market, boasts an impressive collection of gourmet food stores and restaurants, and the zone extending south of 14th Street—known as the Meat-Packing District—is one of the city’s busiest nightlife centers.