In the most literal of senses, Midtown West is the swath of Manhattan real estate between 34th and 57th Streets and the Hudson River and Fifth Avenue. But while that provides a sense of where Midtown West is located, it only begins to describe what Midtown West is. And the answer to that one is more complicated. While it's perfectly accurate to describe Midtown West as being among the fastest-rising neighbhorhoods in Manhattan real estate, it's perhaps more accurate to write that Midtown West is a collection of booming sub-neighborhoods, each with their own charracters. The tree-lined side-streets of Clinton, for instance, hardly seem to belong in the same neighborhood as the concrete-and-glass canyons that lie closer to the center of Manhattan; the wide-open feel of the still-developing sub-neighborhood The Linc, too, could hardly be further from the 24/7 neon-steeped energy of Times Square and the Theater District. But that's Midtown West: a neighborhood large enough, in every sense of the word, to contain all these Manhattan multitudes.
Clinton, which runs from Eighth Avenue to the Hudson River, has become a hub for new construction condominium development, most notably through amenity-rich new condo listings such as The Atelier. Around Times Square and the nearby Theater District, at the center of both Midtown West and all of Manhattan, what was once a tourist hub has been transformed into a high-energy residential neighborhood thanks to the arrival of luxury condominiums such as The Platinum and 1600 Broadway. At the southernmost tip of Midtown West, The Linc has been transformed by the arrival of The High Line and a slew of new performing arts venues, with the 2015 arrival of a new subway stop likely doing even more to open the neighborhood. And, perhaps more than any other part of the neighborhood, the eastern portion of Midtown West -- between Fifth and Eighth Avenues -- has seen the opening of several blockbuster new condominium developments, from luxury condo conversion The Sheffield to new construction efforts from big-ticket architects Jean Nouvel and I.M. Pei, who have won acclaim for the Museum Tower and Centurion condominiums, respectively. All these Midtown West condominiums differ in many ways, from character to location to style, but all of them fit well within Midtown West -- in a neighborhood this wide-ranging and diverse in this many ways, it could hardly be any other way.
Situated in the heart of Manhattan, 1600 Broadway is a 137-unit apartment complex, standing 25 floors. The building’s address is rare for a New York City condominium, in that it sits around the corner from Rockefeller Center and Times Square. Amenities include a fitness center, entertainment lounge, and observation deck.
40 West 55th Street is a red brick building that offers apartments for sale in Manhattan’s Midtown West neighborhood. Built in 1924, the structure was originally used for offices, but was converted to hold 35 two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments. Mixing contemporary with its prewar characteristics, the building is unique in that the lobby and vestibules have décor inspired by the Museum of Modern Art.
400 Fifth Avenue soars 16 stories high above the one of the most popular neighborhoods in Manhattan. Coated in limestone, its illuminating crown marks this luxury condominium, which hovers above Saks Fifth Avenue. Residents will be pleased with the building’s quality service that combines convenience with luxury. Amenities include housekeeping services, fitness center, and spa treatments.
This eco-friendly townhouse condo in vibrant Clinton exhibits class and luxury. 459 West 44th Street offers three beautiful townhouses sitting atop one another overlooking the elegant Clinton streets below. Luxurious fixtures, a great location, and green technology make 459 West 44th Street both chic and sensible option.
The Baccarat Residences live up to the opulence and grandeur that is associated with the Baccarat brand of luxury--it is certainly not a stretch to say these are among the finest apartments one can find in the Midtown Manhattan neighborhood.
Midtown’s Casa NYC, located at 70 West 45th Street appealingly combines luxury condos with a close proximity to Times Square. A doorman, gym, central air, and parking garage are all amenities offered to residents. Spectacular New York City views make Cassa as luxurious from the outside as it is from within.
Situated in the unique Clinton neighborhood, Chatham 44 alludes sleekness with its concrete and glass architecture, proving itself to be a wonderful addition the area. Each unit sports a private balcony accompanied by exceptional fixtures and finishes. Practical amenities include landscaped common area and bike room.
The Midtown neighborhood in Manhattan is known for being culturally rich and vibrant. Offering over 11,000 square feet and an amazing 360 degree view of New York City, 150 West 56th street is the place you want to be. This trophy Penthouse occupies the top three floors soaring high above 70 stories of this remarkable midtown neighborhood. This crown jewel ranks amongst the most elite homes in America. Full of a wide range of amenities, which includes sophisticated features and fixtures, this midtown condominium has a lot to offer and meets the needs of many.
Griffin Court is a new luxury condominium located in Clinton, a neighborhood that has remade itself into one of Manhattan’s most lively communities. Each condo is generously spaced with top-of-the-line fixtures and finishes. The amenities include a 24-hour doorman and a 1,000-square-foot private terrace.
Located just two blocks south of Central Park on Manhattan's vibrant 57th Street thoroughfare, the Metropolitan Tower features a suite of first class amenities and a unique design that stands out even amongst NYC's most luxurious buildings.