100 West 18th Street condominium located at 100 West 18th Street between 6th and 7th avenues in Chelsea Manhattan is best described as sophistication meeting comfort and functional elegance.
Built in 2008 as a 10 floor 43 apartment modern luxury condominium the building was designed to be as inspiring and soothing as well as a wonder full home.
These contemporary residences have been built with fine imported materials and new technologies. Those with private traces have floor to ceiling glass doors opening onto their magical outdoor space. Apartments come with stunning wide-plank Oak hardwood floors throughout, generously proportioned closets, and their own vented washer and dryer in the apartments.
The true chef's kitchens are appointed with black granite countertops, State-of-the-art appliances including, Sub-Zero refrigerator, wine refrigerator and Miele 5 burner cooktop, and double oven with convection microwave.
Designer master bathrooms have Grohe/Kohler fixtures, limestone ceramic tile walls and floors and walnut wood cabinetry.
Amenities at 100 West 18th Street condominium are without compromise, and include 24 hour Concierge and Doorman, cold storage for deliveries, plus additional resident storage. Further amenities are absolutely spectacular and include a exceptional club room that opens up to a Zen like gardens, a catering party kitchen that also opens to the gardens for access for your catered parties, private gym with the latest machines and training equipment , and the landscaped roof deck and lounge that has amazing views. This lush 3500sq ft roof garden additionally has outdoor fireplace, barbecue area, outdoor shower amongst an arrangement of beautiful plantings.
The elegant yet chic lobby has tile, stone and natural wood in earth tones that are equally impressive.
100 West 18th Street condominium’s Chelsea’s location affords you great and easy access to much of Downtown, as you are close to many spectacular restaurants, nightlife and shopping, the famous Eataly, Old Homestead Steak House, Farmers Market, Union Square, Greenwich Village, public transportation, and quick entrance to the Lincoln Tunnel.
Written by John Diamantopoulos