Echelon Chelsea – 37 West 21st Street

Echelon Chelsea is a luxury apartment rental building located in the heart of Manhattan’s bustling Chelsea neighborhood. It is a 15-story rental apartment building and was designed by Schuman Lichtenstein Claman & Efron and completed in 2008. The building has 24-hour concierge service, a sundeck on the second floor, a residents’ lounge with kitchen,a clubroom and a fitness center. Apartments have washers and dryers, ice-makers and granite countertops and some units have wine coolers. The building is pet friendly and has bicycle storage.

Units and Pricing

There is currently just one unit available at Echelon Chelsea, a one bedroom listed at $4,450/month. Previous units ranged from $2,970 to $6,700/month. Units range in size from studios to two bedrooms. The average price per square foot at Echelon Chelsea is quite high, at $72.  

Features and Amenities

Apartments at Echelon Chelsea are large and sun-drenched and feature open layouts with updated, state of the art finishes. They boast washers and dryers, kitchens with state of the art stainless steel appliances and wood cabinets,  ice-makers and granite countertops, and hardwood floors throughout. Some units have wine coolers. The building has 24-hour concierge service, a sundeck on the second floor, a residents’ lounge with kitchen,a clubroom and a fitness center.

Location

Echelon Chelsea is located in the heart of it all on 21st Street. An upscale apartment community surrounded by off Broadway theaters, new art galleries, and fine restaurants, there’s nothing you can’t find in the neighborhood. Transportation is a cinch, with subways and buses at 23rd Street, just two blocks away.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Echelon Chelsea offers an almost brand-new building with state of the art appliances, finishes and amenities in the heart of one of Manhattan’s most vibrant neighborhoods. Chelsea offers galleries, brunch spots and small boutiques, and is in walking distance to both Union Square and the West Village, as well as the far reaches of Highline Park and the water views that go with it. However, with a high price per square foot, you’re paying for everything detailed above – and paying quite a bit for it. If you’ve got money to spend, this is a great building – but you’ve got to have the budget to stomach the high prices