Hell's Kitchen is a booming part of Midtown West packed with signature pre-war industrial spaces -- many of which are now home to offices or condominium conversions -- and a bumper crop of high-end new construction condominiums, including a number of the most promising new condo listings in Manhattan. That's quite a feat for a neighborhood that was still something of an afterthought a generation ago.
Over the past two decades, Hell's Kitchen's building boom has done more than add a host of striking new condominiums to the skyline, though. With the arrival of the northernmost stretches of The High Line, a bit of Chelsea's glamour has crept into parts of the neighborhood as well, while a host of new performing arts venues have also added a new and notable cultural flavor. Apartments near Times Square are easily found in this neighborhood where you can enjoy being close to one of the most iconic areas of NYC without having to live in the heart of it. Also, while Hell's Kitchen's thrilling nightlife scene along Ninth Avenue remains as lively as ever, the neighborhood is notably more upmarket than in years past, with new high-end lounges and restaurants joining the low-key neighborhood bars and eateries that have long been there.
The Atelier, a 46 story residential high-rise located on 635 West 42nd Street stands out as a premier contemporary condominium construction in Clinton. Luxury is the number one priority, boasting amenities such as as gym and indoor pool, concierge service, and rooftop access for staggering Manhattan views.
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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.
Just a short walk from Columbus Circle, Central Park, and the Time Warner Center, The Centurion is a great luxury condo tower with a great location in Midtown West. The Centurion was designed by famed architect I.M. Pei, and the level of craftsmanship that he put into the design is reflected on all levels.
Manhattan View places its residents in Midtown West, right in the center of New York City. The condominiums for sale offer floor-to-ceiling windows, gourmet kitchens, beautiful hardwood floors and central air and heating systems. Some of the amenities provided include an Equinox gym, a dog spa, and landscaped terraces.
Located in Clinton, Orion is a high-rise condominium providing its residents the most luxurious and comfortable living experience. The impressive suite of amenities includes a 24-hour doorman, dog walking and a lap pool. Situated just blocks from Times Square, Orion offers an endless list of activities for its residents.
Midtown West’s Jumeirah Essex House is like a permanent hotel with plenty of luscious amenities: a masseuse, private conference room, business center, linen service, valet parking, and a 24-hour doorman. French doors and Central Park views enhance the living experience. If this isn’t luxury, we don’t know what is.
A soaring 39-floor skyscraper, Worldwide Plaza in Clinton is an urban future in itself. With accents such as marble baths and 11-foot ceilings, residents can never complain. Add the extensive list of amenities like a 24-hour doorman, a pool, a public plaza, and an interior garden courtyard, and any luxury-lover will be set.
Located in Clinton, 540 West offers residents luxury units in two buildings separated by a 6,000 sq. ft. outdoor courtyard with reflection pool, dining area, and open air movie viewing area.
The 57th Street location of Central Park Place confers easy access to cultural institutions like the Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall, as well as its namesake feature, Central Park.
301 West 53rd Street enjoys a central location at the northwestern corner of the Theater District, which also confers easy access to cultural institutions like the Museum of Modern Art and Carnegie Hill, as well as a bevy of restaurants and retail.