60 W 23RD ST, Apt 531


Flatiron District

1 BD, 1 BA

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Come see this amazing 1 bedroom in Chelsea's best building, The Caroline! The apartment features a new strip hardwood floors, a large living space, solar shades, & a private balcony facing the building's private courtyard.

Building features include:
- 24 hr Doorman
- Children's Play Room
- Billiards Room
- Brand new Tenants Lounge with projection screen TV, bar, and free WiFi
- Games Room with Skeeball, Air Hockey, Ping Pong, Basketball, XBOX and much more
- 24 hr Laundry Room (50+ machines)
- Valet Service for your laundry, dry cleaning and maid service needs
- 20,000 sq ft beautifully landscaped roof deck

Photos are of a similar unit in the building.

Courtesy of: Mirador Real Estate
Property: 60 W 23RD ST





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The Flatiron District, named after the historical triangular-shaped Flatiron building, is a primarily commercial area yet also houses many hidden luxury apartments. The Flatiron District is bordered by nearby areas including Union Square, Greenwich Village, Chelsea and Gramercy Park. Once considered the Toy District for its popularity in housing, clothing, and toy manufacturers, it now gleans with all different arrays of businesses, retailers, and beautiful living areas. One of the most appealing aspects of this area is the central location of Madison Square Park, whose beautiful tree-lined paths and must-have Shake Shack location cannot be missed. Flatiron provides a not overwhelming dose of city hustle and bustle, making it a perfectly situated place to call home.

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