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. While it's perfectly accurate to describe Midtown West as being among the fastest-rising neighborhoods 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 characters. The tree-lined side-streets of Hell's Kitchen, 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.
Hell's Kitchen 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 several luxury condominiums. 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.
An incredibly imposing mixed-use building, the Centria is a half-luxury hotel, half-luxury condo with jaw-dropping finishes and fixtures as well as plentiful amenities. Stunning views of Central Park, the Empire State Building, and St. Patrick’s Cathedral make this Midtown West post-war high-rise difficult to turn down.
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.
The Link is a Midtown West luxury apartment building offering several amenities, an edgy aesthetic, and an ideal location all in one. A sleek glass exterior complements the finishes inside, while a 24-hour doorman and concierge services, a fitness center, and private storage units make for generous amenities.
The residences of Tower 53 enjoy cityscape views, and are well-positioned to take advantage of the city's top-tier institutions and establishments that characterize the area.
Situated directly in Midtown is Tower 58, a full-service, luxury high-rise spanning a full city block north to south. The building’s most well-known features are its two-story lobby and circular driveway. Apartments offer 9-foot high ceilings, and most units have balconies. Tower 58 offers a variety of amenities, including a roof deck with panoramic city and Central Park views, elevator, central laundry room, live-in super, private storage, full-time doorman service, and a pet-friendly environment.
Stella Tower, located at 435 West 50th Street, offers 51 luxury residents in the heart of Midtown West, one of Manhattan's most vibrant neighborhoods.
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.
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.
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.
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.