Building Description

Sophistication. Comfort. Elegance. 100 West 18th Street defines your personal style in a fabulous contemporary residence. Stunning amenities, traditional craftsmanship, fine imported materials, and new technologies make this Chelsea's most coveted new address.


Apartments feature multiple exposures providing all-day natural light, wide-plank white oak hardwood floors, lofty 10'4" ceiling heights, Zimbabwe black granite countertops, and Grohe/Kohler bathroom fixtures. Fullsize GE washer/dryers are included in all units, Sub-Zero stainless steel refrigerators, Miele kitchen appliances including built-in Nespresso capsule coffee/cappuccino systems, wine cooler, and microwaves. Most master bedrooms feature large walk-in transFORM custom closets and built-in Ipod docking stations.

Building Amenities

  • Full-service concierge
  • Fitness center
  • Clubroom w/ pool table and flat-screen
  • 3500 sf panoramic rooftop and Zen Garden


Located in the heart of Chelsea, 100 West 18th Street features a sleek exterior and sheathes an oasis of sophistication, serenity, and style. 



Your choice of Chelsea apartments rentals will range from residential townhouses and brownstones to large doorman apartment buildings and warehouse lofts. One of the more expensive Manhattan neighborhoods, you won’t find many inexpensive Chelsea apartments. Instead of saving money, residents choose to live here for the wide array of cultural, nightlife and daytime activities. If you move here you may never feel the need to leave your beloved neighborhood.

Historically known as a haven for those with an alternative lifestyle, Chelsea is a colorful neighborhood with a strong cultural, energetic pulse. If you're looking for a quiet lifestyle and don't like jam packed restaurants and crowded sidewalks, renting in Chelsea is not for you. Two popular attractions, readily accessible from any Chelsea apartment are the bustling Chelsea Market on 9th avenue and the High Line Park, an above ground train track that has been transformed into a park. The art galleries, a defining element of the area, along with the Chelsea Piers Sports and Entertainment Complex are found closer to the water.

Chelsea is centrally located in Manhattan north of the 14th street border of the Meatpacking District and south of the 30th street Midtown West border. The neighborhood is east of 7th avenue and stretches to the Hudson river.