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464 West 44th Street
Condo in Hell's Kitchen •  building info
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This one-bedroom beauty at the modern, luxurious new Chatham44 condominium in Midtown West is truly irresistible, boasting refined living space and an expansive outdoor terrace! The mint-condition gem is filled with natural light by floor-to-ceiling windows and meticulously designed with white oak floors, recessed lighting and refined finishes. The airy living room is a great place to relax and entertain, with room for dining and a sleek open kitchen for easy serving. Chef's quarters come appointed with ample oak cabinetry, a large pantry, stone-quartz countertops and a breakfast bar. High-end appliances include a Miele gas range and dishwasher, and an built in Sub-Zero refrigerator. Both the living room and generous bedroom overlook and access the spacious terrace where you can lounge, host cocktail parties and dine alfresco. The gorgeous contemporary bathroom is styled like a spa with porcelain stone, frosted glass tile and a Kohler Tea-for-Two soaking tub. Other highlights include customized closets, a Miele washer/dryer, individually-controlled heat and air conditioning, and high-speed internet. Conceived by the architects of Hotel Gansevoort, Chatham44 is a new 9-story, 58-unit glass-box-like condominium at 10th Avenue and 44th Street in Hell's Kitchen. The full-service building offers a 24-hour doorman/concierge, state-of-the-art fitness center, common landscaped areas, bicycle storage, and refrigerated lobby storage for Fresh Direct deliveries. Private roof cabanas and private storage rooms are available separately. Located on an attractive block lined with trees and brownstones, close to theaters, the Midtown Business District, restaurants, recreation and transportation. Pets are allowed.

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