415 West 24 Street

Chelsea Manhattan NY 10011

Studio
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1 bed
$3,000+
2 beds
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3 beds
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Building Amenities

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  • Elevator Building
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Transportation

Line Station Walk Distance
C E 23rd St 5 min 0.24 mi
1 28th St 9 min 0.4 mi
1 23rd St 9 min 0.41 mi
LIRR Penn Station 10 min 0.46 mi
1 18th St 11 min 0.51 mi
A C E 34th St 12 min 0.52 mi
A C E L 14th St-8th Av 13 min 0.56 mi
PATH 23rd Street Station 13 min 0.56 mi
1 2 3 34th St 13 min 0.58 mi
F M 23rd St 13 min 0.58 mi

Available apartments

  • There are no Studio apartments available.
  • Price Floorplans
    1br, 415 West 24th Street, Chelsea, $3,000
    $3,000
  • There are no 2BR apartments available.
  • There are no 3BR apartments available.

Nearby Buildings

Units Built
411 West 24 Street 18 1986
409 West 24 Street 16 1900
410 West 25 Street 12 1910
412 West 25 Street 35 1910
416 West 25 Street 20 1900

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Schools

Grades Walk
P.S. 033 Chelsea Prep PK - 5 3 min

Chelsea

Chelsea is a colorful neighborhood with a strong cultural, energetic pulse.

Once primarily the stomping grounds for the gay community, Chelsea’s great restaurant and bar scene, as well as its proximity to The Meatpacking District have made it one of the hottest neighborhoods to live in for any New Yorker. Residents choose to live here for its wide array of cultural, nightlife and daytime activities. Chelsea is truly an amalgamation of some of the best things New York has to offer.

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Building Description

"Fab Chelsea pad coming available early May in this gracious pre-war elevator/laundry building on tree-lined 24th Street across the street from London Terrace. Around the corner from grocery, one block to subway, steps to movies, and great Chelsea restaurants and nightlife. Top floor in 6 story building with nice light. Dog and cat friendly. Great location. "
Irene Glezos (Apr 2011)