16 W 16th Street Unit: 12BN-CN, New York City, NY 10011
The Apartment This beautifully renovated and wide-open layout featuring a 1 bedroom (possibility of creating 2 bedrooms), 2 expansive full baths with fantastic closets is a must-see for purchasers who would love to be in the neighborhood! The northeastern exposures, boasting city views, enable natural light to flow into the living-dining area, as well as into the vast master bedroom. This well-designed layout flows seamlessly together, offering great entertaining space. The comfortable home office is adjacent to the primary bedroom and offers a spacious walk-in closet. The white hardwood parquet floors ranging from the kitchen to the bedrooms render the feel of the space to be even lighter and brighter.The pristine kitchen is enhanced by Bosch and Verona appliances, a deep sink, Caesarstone countertops, and a marble backsplash. The two bathrooms boast Italian tiles and marble, as well as a walk-in shower in the ensuite master bathroom. The Chelsea LaneWelcome to The Chelsea Lane, one of the most desirable coop buildings in the Union Square District! This residential building was designed by Philip Birnbaum, the prolific architect behind One Lincoln Plaza and hundreds of the most imposing apartment towers in New York City. Birnbaum was known for his 'no wasted floor space" approach, which is vividly reflected in The Chelsea Lane's efficient apartment layouts.The Chelsea Lane has an incredibly courteous staff with a full-time doorman. The lobby boasts an interior courtyard that allows natural light to flow into the building. This coop permits sublets and pets, offers common storage, a bicycle room, and a well-equipped laundry room. The Union Square DistrictThe Chelsea Lane is located in the Union Square District, a few steps away from the beautiful and vibrant Union Square Park, with its open-air Greenmarket, restaurants, stores, and a subway station, making it one of the most desirable prime locations in Manhattan. The Chelsea Lane is also within walking distance to two other subway lines, the Flatiron Building and Madison Square Park.