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.
Straddling Clinton and Midtown West, the 505 is a post-war low-rise offering gourmet kitchens, lush Italian custom cabinetry, and other opulent finishes. The apartment building succeeds at being “green” by providing a private rooftop garden, Energy Star appliances, and sustainable bamboo flooring.
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.
516 West 47th Street is a Clinton based condominium ranging from studio to 3 bedroom apartment layouts. Residents will have the beauty of the Hudson River and the convenience of subways stops, The Theatre District, and an array of restaurants nearby.
Located near the Hudson waterfront, this lavish, red-brick condominium provides state of the art computer electronic systems in its access controls, as well as private storage space for residents.
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.
This newly constructed Manhattan condo is a prime example of modern luxury, with a unique façade built into its architecture and a range of amenities to suit its residents. With a variety of elegantly designed units and a host of amenities, 517 West 46th Street is exemplary in its luxury offerings.
The Dillon at 435 West 53rd Street is one of the premier hotspots in Manhattan’s lively Clinton. This staggering 53 floor high-rise has a contemporary feel to it that give residents a uniquely modern experience. Amenities such as a day and night concierge, doorman and bar service also make The Dillon a great luxury option.
The Hit Factory Condominium in Midtown West was suitably named—with controlled heating systems and luscious limestone surfaces, it is indeed a “hit” among Manhattan homebuyers. A video intercom, two key-locked elevators, and direct access to the roof deck from them make for excellent amenities.
Once the famous Inter-continental Hotel, Midtown West’s Intercontinental is now a pre-war conversion condo boasting old-fashioned elegance and Central Park views to match. A private garden and conference/dining facility as well a health and fitness club with a breakfast bar easily place residents in the lap of luxury.
Clinton’s 457 West 57th Street’s Addison Hall stands out as a classic pre-war high-rise in Manhattan’s vibrant Clinton area. The apartments are decorated lavishly with granite countertops, wood cabinetry throughout the kitchen, and modern fixtures in the bathrooms giving the space a contemporary feel.