150 W 47 St is a rental building located at 150 W 47th St, New York, NY 10036, in the area is commonly known as Midtown.
Built in 1979, this mid-rise elevator building is 13 stories tall and contains 103 apartments. Large one bedroom penthouse apartment available for viewing in Midtown West. This gorgeous and spacious 2 BR apartment features brand new modern kitchen with granite countertop, beautiful stainless steel appliances, a queen-sized bedroom with a large closet, , and a beautiful granite bathroom.
***Notable locations: The was 's original New York City studio from 1963 to 1968, although his later studios were known as The Factory as well. The Factory was located on the fifth floor at 231 East 47th Street, between and .
After opening in 1920 on West 45th Street, the later moved to 51 West 47th Street and then spent many years at 41 West 47th Street before moving to 16 East 46th Street.
is a short street that runs from to 47th Street, between and . The street was built as the result of construction of , and is named for the family of the terminal's original owners, . Grand Central Terminal can be accessed via 47th Street through the "Northwest Passage", a 1,000-foot (300 m)-long corridor that runs parallel to the tracks, connecting to the Main Concourse by way of an entrance at the northeast corner of East 47th Street and Madison Avenue.
The area is one of the five primary centers of the global diamond industry (along with in London, , Mumbai, and Johannesburg), as well as the premiere center for jewelry shopping in the city. An estimated 90% of diamonds in the United States enter through New York. There are 2,600 independent businesses located in the district, nearly all of them dealing in diamonds or jewelry, most located in booths at one of the 25 "exchanges" in the district, and in a public corridor to 46th Street.
The booth, reconstructed and reopened in 2008, is located on 47th Street at , between and . Theater-goers may purchase tickets at a discount of 25 to 50% for listed plays and musicals on the day of the shows. The is located diagonally opposite to TKTS at Broadway and 47th Street.
Broadway theatre is well represented on West 47th Street between Broadway and , including the (at 256 West 47th Street), the at (243 West 47th Street) and the Biltmore (at 261 West 47th Street).
An store stands at 1185 Sixth Avenue () between West 46th Street and West 47th Street. It is the only one of its kind in the country and has its own within the store. Please contact me to view this listing or any others. I'll be more than happy to assist you in finding your new HOME! For more photos and floor-plan must call agent.