Here is your chance to own a wonderful, bright south-facing one bedroom in the heart of West Chelsea's Art District. Experience luxury living in this full service condominium, mere steps from The High Line and Hudson River Promenade.
At approximately 755 sq. ft., S6D is a corner unit with one of the best layouts the building has to offer. The open concept floor plan boasts spacious living and dining areas that flow seamlessly into the beautifully designed kitchen. If you're someone who likes to cook, look no further. Features include: expansive granite countertops, glass mosaic backsplash, abundant cayenne maple cabinetry, stainless steel appliances (dishwasher included), deep inset sink, and touchless motion sensor faucet. The marble bathroom is in excellent condition with large vanity and triple medicine cabinet storage. And finally, sleep soundly in your king-sized bedroom, one of the only ones in the building that provides two exposures, south and east. Hardwood floors abound along with great closet space and an in-unit washer/dryer.
555 W. 23rd Street is a phenomenal luxury condominium whose amenities include: full-time doorman, concierge, live-in super, package room, dry-cleaning, recently renovated fitness center, residents lounge with billiards, TVs and fireplace, garage, laundry room, bike storage, and a 12,000 square-foot landscaped and furnished terrace with fountains and reflection pool. The neighborhood is second to none and gives you access to phenomenal restaurants and shops, wonderful galleries, and the likes of Chelsea Piers, Chelsea Market, the High Line, Chelsea Water & Dog Park, and Hudson River Park. With Hudson Yards soon opening just a few blocks away, the area is primed to get even "hotter".
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