• $3,650

no fee

RENTED 11/22/2023
  • 1 bed
  • 1 bath
RENTED
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  • Available:11/20/2023
  • Days on market:1101
  • Last price change:$255 (7%) over 2 years ago

Beautiful and spacious one-bedroom with stainless steel appliances, amazing closet space, and massive floor to ceiling windows. Chelsea Place also comes with two landscaped roof decks, fully-equipped fitness center, laundry facilities, and on-premises parking garage. Dishwasher Granite Countertops Microwave Stainless Steel Appliances Breakfast Bar Hardwood floors Icemaker Elevator Fitness Center Landscaped and Furnished Roof Deck Laundry in Building Resident Manager Garage

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Typical for luxury buildings in excellent condition


Bed Bug History

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Bed bugs were reported in 1 unit and eradicated in 1 unit on 12/16/22
This is for the entire building with 77 units
There were no reported reinfestations

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Closing Tips

  • $20 application fee, the entire application process is done online
  • Income must be 45x rent, 75x with guarantors

Chelsea

Chelsea is one of the most artistically rich neighborhoods in a city known for its culture. While 23rd Street used to be the cutoff for Chelsea proper, the advent of all the avant-garde art galleries west of 9th avenue now stretches the neighborhood as far north as 30th Street. Residents love the charm of townhouses and brownstones in the teens and '20s, along with the excellent array of dining and shopping. Chelsea Market, a wonderful collection of shops, restaurants, and specialty stores, Chelsea Piers, a sport enthusiast's dream complete with batting cages, a world class gym, golf range, and soccer fields, and the above ground elevated park on the site of a former train line, familiarly known as The High Line, are three highlights that should not be overlooked.