300 West 18th Street

300 W 18TH ST, NEW YORK, NY, 10011

Building Description

Situated in the heart of Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, 300 West 18th Street offers luxury condominiums in one of NYC's most exciting areas. A post-war building, 300 West 18th Street stands six stories high, features one condominium per floor and is beautifully crafted out of both redbrick and glass. Residents of these luxury apartments, as well as visitors, are immediately greeted by its ornate architecture which shouts sophistication and class. The luxury condominiums at 300 West 18th Street offer a host of amenities. Beautiful hardwood floors grace these apartments, along with fire places and washer/dryers. Floor to ceiling windows provide 365 degree visibility as well as an abundance of natural light. These luxury condominiums come fully equipped with marble bathrooms, a large amount of closet space and gourmet chef's kitchens which include the most modern appliances. Combine these amenities with private outdoor space, and it is clear that residents of the luxury apartments at 300 West 18th street enjoy a posh lifestyle. With its Chelsea neighborhood location, 300 West 18th Street offers not only accessibility to one of Manhattan's most vibrant areas, but a host of on-site amenities as well. A key-activated elevator, which transports residents directly into their luxury condominiums, along with a top of the line security system affords occupants a highly prized sense of safety as well as privacy. And of course, with its Chelsea location, residents are able to take advantage of everything the neighborhood has to offer, including but not limited to exciting nightlife, restaurants, cultural activities as well as being only a stone's throw from the High-Line, an above ground park with excellent city views. All in all, 300 West 18th Street not only offers its residents a luxurious lifestyle, but also the opportunity to build a home.


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Nearby Transportation

8th Ave & 15th St (3 min walk)

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Stretching from 14th Street to 34th Street west of Sixth Avenue, Chelsea is the epicenter of the Manhattan arts scene, home to over 200 galleries. The Chelsea Historic District is on the National Register of Historic Places, where early 19th century residential and industrial architecture...


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