Description

Gorgeous Art Deco details meet sleek modern updates in this exceptional Chelsea studio designed to maximize living space and comfort.
Arrive in a gracious foyer filled with closets, nodding to the storage space found in this well-planned studio. Tall ceilings and gleaming hardwood floors run throughout while beautiful moldings and archways add architectural interest. In the spacious main living area, an east-facing window casts soft illumination, and a built-in Murphy bed system effortlessly transforms the space from sitting room to bedroom. The beautifully remodeled kitchen rivals that found in most studio homes with its bright window, handsome cabinetry and chic tile and stone. Stainless steel appliances include a gas range, dishwasher and a built-in microwave. The updated windowed bathroom is finished in glossy subway tile, a modern floating vanity cabinet and a big bathtub/shower, and the top-floor position adds to the serene and comfortable quality of life in this move-in-ready Chelsea studio.
166 West 22nd Street is a pet-friendly Art Deco co-op providing live-in superintendent service, an outdoor patio, updated laundry room and bike room. In this ideal Chelsea location, with great proximity to the Flatiron District, NoMad and Greenwich Village, there's no shortage of great dining, nightlife and entertainment, plus remarkable gourmet shopping at nearby Trader Joe's, Whole Foods, Fairway and Eataly. Outdoor space is abundant with Madison Square Park, The High Line, Chelsea Piers and Hudson River Park within easy reach, and transportation is a breeze with 1, F/M, C/E and PATH trains just outside your door.
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Building Features 6 Floors42 Units

elevator
intercom
pet friendly
laundry

$2,200 per month

Last Asking: Nov 06, 2020

Studio / 1.0 Bath / - ft²

Furnished: No

Exclusively listed with: Compass

Jaclyn
Treinkman

jtreinkman@compass.com

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Andrew
Corso

andrew.corso@compass.com

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Listing Courtesy of Compass

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