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Abington House is located in Chelsea right along the Highline.

This is a full service luxury building offers amazing amenities for its residents! The fitness center is by Equinox, there are club rooms to reserve and even a sanctuary quiet room! There is a rooftop deck which you can BBQ on overlooking the Highline. An attached parking garage, and even an ATM in the building!

The modern, luxury homes feature a gourmet granite kitchen with stainless steel appliances and in unit laundry. Solar shades in the living room and black out shades in the bedroom. This home is the epitome of luxury living in West Chelsea.

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You will be located just steps from the Highline, and the Chelsea Gallery district. Right when you walk out of the lobby, you can find yourself a nice coffee shop to get yourself going.

 

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Chrissy Kim

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So, you might be asking what I have been doing lately? With my move to New York, and with much thought –  I have decided to get out of the hospitality industry and get into Real Estate!

I began taking real estate courses towards the end of last year, took my state exam and am now licensed in the State of New York!

After researching brokerages, I decided to start my new change in career with Hudson Real Estate.

I will still be freelancing as a photographer – so don’t worry – you will still see me taking portraits and shooting events! But now, you will also see photos of places in New York City!

I have always been curious to know what a building looks like inside, and now I get to feed that curiosity!

You will be seeing (more often then not) what types of buildings and units I have been visiting! From small studio walk ups to luxury high rises!

Let the ride begin!

 

xoxo

Chrissy Kim

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I met one of my friends in front of the New York Public Library. We had a little bit of time to kill, so we went inside to explore.

One of the things I love about New York during the holidays are the Christmas tree’s inside (and outside) buildings.
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xoxo

Chrissy Kim

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