234 West 16th Street
New York, New York

  1. Managing Director

234 West 16th Street is a quaint pre-war coop, one of a row of townhouses located on a tranquil, tree-lined block between Seventh and Eighth Avenues. Built in 1915, this sturdy red-brick structure is a prime example of urban construction from this era: built for form, function and longevity. Today, its five floors house around 20 apartments whose residents are perfectly situated to enjoy all the charms of Chelsea.

A quintessential Chelsea townhouse in the center of a vibrant community

This prime location is at the heart of a bright, dynamic neighborhood filled with luxury high-rises, exhilarating nightlife, avant-garde art galleries, a veritable smorgasbord of restaurants and cafés, and quiet residential streets. The townhouse is centrally located to all of Chelsea, the West Village and the Meat Packing District's wide variety of dining, entertainment and shopping. You’ll be a few short blocks from the Rubin Museum of Art and a comfortable stroll from the Whitney Museum of American Art’s new location on Gansevoort Street.

234 West 16th Street is just three blocks away from The High Line, an elevated linear park built on a former railroad spur. This park is a contemporary icon of landscape reconstruction and repurposing, inspired by a similar project in Paris and executed with NYC’s inimitable flair. Naturalized plantings are abundant, and the park is sprinkled with public gathering spaces, lawns, scenic overlooks, benches and other seating, as well as impressive views of the city on one side and the Hudson River on the other. 

The building is also conveniently situated to public transportation; you’ll be less than a five-minute walk from the A, C, E, 1, 2, 3, F, and L trains on 14th Street, as well as a number of city buses, both north-south and crosstown.

234 West 16th Street’s features and amenities include:

• Coop     
 Cats and dogs allowed

• No Board approval