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Perfectly located at the intersection of West 18th Street and Avenue of The Americas, this airy and bright three-bedroom, three-bathroom condominium home offers approximately 1800 SF of mint condition space and incredible views of the Chelsea neighborhood, straight up to the Empire State Building.
Upon entering the residence into its gracious foyer-off which there are multiple closets and a full bathroom-the home splits thoughtfully into two sections. A primary bedroom wing sits to the west with a large bedroom, five-fixture en-suite bathroom and a generous walk-in closet. And then to the east of the foyer and down a small hallway, there are two additional bedrooms-one with an ensuite bathroom-as well as the entertaining spaces with a large living room, dining area and open kitchen.
Built in 2008 and designed by Garett Gourlay, the apartment's expansive living room and dining area are flooded with resplendent morning and afternoon light through its unique corner floor-to-ceiling windows. An open kitchen with a chef's island fully equipped with a Miele 5-burner gas cook top, also features Zimbabwe black granite countertops, a double stacked convection oven, 5-rack wine cooler, microwave, built-in Miele Nespresso system, garbage disposal, and a Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer.
A full-service condominium, 100 West 18th Street includes a 24-hour doorman, full-time super, fitness center, bike room, and cold storage area. A meeting room with a catering kitchen and entertaining terrace is located on the second floor, and an incredible 3500 SF roof garden with a grill and an outdoor shower boasts incredible 360-degree, panoramic city views. Pets are allowed and there is deeded storage space available separately.
Centrally located in Chelsea and just a few short blocks from the B/D/F/M and 1 subway lines, new owners at 100 West 18th Street can get to any part of Manhattan and beyond with great ease and convenience. Nearby are Trader Joe's, the Westside Market, and a Whole Foods, as well as numerous local cafes and restaurants, the Flower District, Chelsea Art Gallery District, Union Square Farmer's Market, and some of the city's best shopping one block over on Fifth Avenue.
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