This stylish junior one-bedroom co-op at 16 West 16th Street offers the kind of convenience city dwellers crave: Just off Fifth Avenue, it’s within a few blocks of Union Square, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, the area’s cornucopia of restaurants and hotels, Chelsea shopping and much more, yet on one of the area’s classic residential blocks, with both similar elegant towers and pretty townhouses. The apartment itself has obvious covetable qualities on its own. A tasteful, modern renovation erases the cookie-cutter co-op feel found in some postwars. Perhaps best of all, there’s a private terrace for enjoying the sunshine.
High ceilings and high-quality materials provide a spacious, custom-designed feel. In the kitchen you’ll find black granite countertops and a Bertazzoni gas range (we’re really not sure about that door situation, but assume it will work itself out).
Off the living room is that private outdoor space in the form of a lovely terrace for a potted garden, evening wine and morning coffee (or vice versa)—and just watching the snow fall in winter.
The sizeable bedroom has at least one of the apartment’s three closets, which are outfitted with shelving and plenty of hanging space. In the bath, a clean, stylish renovation in white, black, wood, and chrome keeps the space fresh.
The Chelsea Lane co-op residence offers a 24-hour doorman, an on-site resident manager, a laundry room, a bike room, a storage room, and a garage.
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Neighborhoods : Flatiron