449 W 51ST ST in Clinton

Clinton

Great food On the rise Young crowd

This area features an eclectic mix of old Brownstones and brand new hi-rise buildings; finding an apartment in this area should be relatively easy if you are willing to pay the price.

Although not cheap, with a variety of amenities nearby Clinton offers fairly good value for the cost – particularly if you give up your car and don’t need to pay for parking.

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#33Neighborhood popularity:

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Building Mix

  • 53% Luxury Highrise
  • 12% Pre War
  • 9% Walk-Up
  • 9% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 4% New Building
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Descriptions of 449 W 51st St

It is steps from numerous train lines, amazing shops and boutiques, theaters, comedy clubs, music and performance venues, the outdoor Worldwide Plaza, and an overwhelming assortment of restaurants, bars, pubs, and lounges. You're close to it all while tucked away on tree-lined streets and with all the comforts of a quaint and laid-back neighborhood. Bergen Cooper (Nov 2010)
Close enough to all the excitement of Times Square, but far enough to live on a quiet tree-lined street, you will have the best of both worlds. 2 blocks from the C and E train and 4 blocks from the Times Square stop servicing the following trains. Along 8th and 9th Ave you will find yourself with an infinite selection of amazing restaurants. Cindy Macio (Feb 2013)
Great, well-kept pre war building on a tree-lined block in Hell's Kitchen, close to transportation, parkspace and local hangouts. Sacha Connolly (Jul 2013)
Well maintained building with voice intercom system surrounded by great shops, exquisite restaurants, cafes and nightlife. Derek Ng (Jun 2013)
Located in the heart of Midtown West, just steps to restaurants, shopping, entertainment and transportation. Immaculate postwar building with elegant apartments. Michael Zaccaria (Jun 2013)
This is a PRIME Midtown West block, close to fine dining, shopping, Columbus Circle, and Times Square. Exposed brick, a decorative fireplace, hardwood floors, and recessed lighting add to the charm. Barbara Fears (Feb 2013)
I have thousands of listings throughout Manhattan in every size, price range and neighborhood. Easy access to Public Transportation, 24/7 Security. Meagan Soloff (Jun 2011)
There's nothing like this anywhere in the neighborhood. Taylor van Putten (Jun 2013)
Clean and Tidy Building. WAFA DEBBAGH (Jun 2013)

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Nearby Subway Stations

  • C E A 50 St (0.34 mi)
  • 1 2 3 50 St (0.5 mi)
  • C E A 42 St - Port Authority Bus Terminal (0.53 mi)
  • R N Q 49 St (0.55 mi)

building details

Floors: 3
Units: 7
Floor area: 5628
Year built: 1901

Nearby Schools

P.S. 111 Adolph S. Ochs
K-8
440 WEST 53 STREET
Urban Assembly Gateway School For Technology
High school
439 WEST 49TH STREET
High School Of Graphic Communication Arts
High school
439 WEST 49TH STREET
The Business Of Sports School
High school
439 WEST 49TH STREET
Facing History School, The
High school
525 WEST 50TH STREET
Food And Finance High School
High school
525 WEST 50TH STREET
Manhattan Bridges High School
High school
525 WEST 50TH STREET
High School Of Hospitality Management
High school
525 WEST 50TH STREET
Urban Assembly School Of Design And Construction,
High school
525 WEST 50TH STREET
High School For Environmental Studies
High school
448 WEST 56 STREET
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