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166 West 22

Apt. 1D
Between Avenue of the Americas and Seventh Avenue
Coop
$332,500

This home has been sold

Subway Lines
Subway number 1 Subway number F Subway number M Subway number C Subway number E Subway number N Subway number R Subway number A Subway number L Subway number 2 Subway number 3
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 1 7th Ave - 23rd St
Subway number F 6th Ave - 23rd St
Subway number M 6th Ave - 23rd St
Subway number C 8th Ave - 23rd St
Subway number E 8th Ave - 23rd St
Subway number N Broadway - 23rd St
Subway number R Broadway - 23rd St
Subway number A 8th Ave - 16th St
Subway number L 8th Ave - 16th St
Subway number 2 6th Ave - 16th St
Subway number 3 6th Ave - 16th St
Essentials
Price $332,500
Type Co-op
Bathroom 1
Rooms 2.5
Approx. Sq. Ft. 480
Exposure East
Key Features
Studio
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Beamed Ceiling
Modern Kitchen
Prewar Detail
Renovated Bathroom

Spacious, quiet, pre-war studio apartment with separate sleeping alcove located in prime Chelsea neighborhood. Building amenities include a delightful common garden, elegant lobby, laundry and storage in basement, elevator and live-in super. The apartment features a renovated windowed bathroom, large living space and generous separate kitchen with loads of storage. This cooperative residence is just steps from subway, Whole Foods supermarket, fine restaurants and some of the city's most exciting nightlife.

Agent
Senior Managing Director
Chelsea/Hudson Yards
Living in Chelsea
Historically, Chelsea has served up grit and glamour in equal measures. In this dynamic neighborhood, new luxury high-rises, a booming nightlife and sophisticated art galleries give way to modest townhouses and quiet residential streets. Chelsea’s former warehouses are now sleek galleries and its abandoned railway has made way for the High Line park, one of Manhattan’s newest and most visited attractions. Residents include a blend of old-timers, young artists and an international crowd. Michelin-starred restaurants sit next door to trendy taco stands, and traditional walk-ups are neighbors with glitzy high-rises. It’s all part of Chelsea's dynamic evolution.
Explore Chelsea/Hudson Yards
166 West 22
The Hendy
Intimate Art Deco Building In the Heart of Chelsea
The Hendy is a well maintained pre-war elevator building with a live-in super, central laundry facility, and a back-yard common garden. Built in the 1930s, this building has many Art Deco details and character and is near the 1, C, E, F, M and Path trains and the many shops and restaurants that this Chelsea-Flatiron neighborhood is known for.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1939
6 floors
41 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Common storage
Guarantors allowed
Private storage

This home has been sold

166 West 22
Apt. 1D
Between Avenue of the Americas and Seventh Avenue
Coop
Essentials
Price $332,500
Type Co-op
Bathroom 1
Rooms 2.5
Approx. Sq. Ft. 480
Exposure East

Spacious, quiet, pre-war studio apartment with separate sleeping alcove located in prime Chelsea neighborhood. Building amenities include a delightful common garden, elegant lobby, laundry and storage in basement, elevator and live-in super. The apartment features a renovated windowed bathroom, large living space and generous separate kitchen with loads of storage. This cooperative residence is just steps from subway, Whole Foods supermarket, fine restaurants and some of the city's most exciting nightlife.

Senior Managing Director
Studio
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Beamed Ceiling
Modern Kitchen
Prewar Detail
Renovated Bathroom
Chelsea/Hudson Yards
Living in Chelsea
Historically, Chelsea has served up grit and glamour in equal measures. In this dynamic neighborhood, new luxury high-rises, a booming nightlife and sophisticated art galleries give way to modest townhouses and quiet residential streets. Chelsea’s former warehouses are now sleek galleries and its abandoned railway has made way for the High Line park, one of Manhattan’s newest and most visited attractions. Residents include a blend of old-timers, young artists and an international crowd. Michelin-starred restaurants sit next door to trendy taco stands, and traditional walk-ups are neighbors with glitzy high-rises. It’s all part of Chelsea's dynamic evolution.
Explore Chelsea/Hudson Yards
Subway Lines
Subway number 1 Subway number F Subway number M Subway number C Subway number E Subway number N Subway number R Subway number A Subway number L Subway number 2 Subway number 3
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 1 7th Ave - 23rd St
Subway number F 6th Ave - 23rd St
Subway number M 6th Ave - 23rd St
Subway number C 8th Ave - 23rd St
Subway number E 8th Ave - 23rd St
Subway number N Broadway - 23rd St
Subway number R Broadway - 23rd St
Subway number A 8th Ave - 16th St
Subway number L 8th Ave - 16th St
Subway number 2 6th Ave - 16th St
Subway number 3 6th Ave - 16th St
166 West 22
The Hendy
Intimate Art Deco Building In the Heart of Chelsea
The Hendy is a well maintained pre-war elevator building with a live-in super, central laundry facility, and a back-yard common garden. Built in the 1930s, this building has many Art Deco details and character and is near the 1, C, E, F, M and Path trains and the many shops and restaurants that this Chelsea-Flatiron neighborhood is known for.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1939
6 floors
41 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Common storage
Guarantors allowed
Private storage