447 West 18th Street, #PH12A
- 3 BEDS
- 3 BATHS
- 1979 APPROX. SQFT
West Chelsea Penthouse with Open Views and Private Terrace Live the good life in this top floor mint-condition penthouse with north and south exposures through floor-to-ceiling glass windows. An open loft-like layout defines the living space, which flows to the open kitchen and then to the dining room. Fabulous chef's kitchen trimmed in stainless and walnut with Subzero, Viking and Miele app...
- 421a abatement expires in 2019
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