For excitement-per-square-foot or the ratio of buzz-to-block, few Manhattan neighborhoods can match the Times Square area, which runs -- and sings and dances -- from 40th Street to 54th Street, and from Sixth Avenue on the east to Eighth Avenue in Midtown West, with the non-stop neon bombast of Times Square at its center. As you might've guessed already, Times Square is the beating heart of Broadway and New York theater, as well as the sprawling spectacle that is Times Square, the old-school restaurants and bars of Restaurant Row and, yes, some lovely new construction condominiums for sale.
Most of the many recent architectural projects in the greater Times Square area have been given over to office space or hotels, but new luxury condominiums stand shoulder-to-shoulder with older buildings converted from office to residential space, and new condominium construction continues to remake the neighborhood. Life around Times Square may not be anybody's idea of laid-back, but Times Square is undeniably as New York as New York gets.
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.
Located in Midtown Manhattan, 135 West 52nd recently converted luxury condo building with units ranging from one- to four-bedrooms.
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.
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.
Designed by British architect David Chipperfield, The Bryant epitomizes modernist luxury. Elegant apartments showcase floor-to-ceiling windows and flowing layouts, which complement custom millwork and slab marble finishes. Naturally, The Bryant also features postcard views of Bryant Park.
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.
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.
The Platinum is a new luxury condominium building situated in the center of Manhattan’s business, entertainment and fashion scene. This luxury New York apartment includes floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramic views of Manhattan, stainless steel appliances, and Energy Star rated Bosch washer/dryer units.
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.