Midtown Center

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With some of the largest stores and busiest streets in the city, this slice of the metropolis can be described as the heart of New York City. Midtown Center spans from 42nd street all the way up to the south side of Central Park, or 59th street, and between Park and 8th Avenues.

It’s home to some the city’s tallest skyscrapers, which headquarter global conglomerates, five star hotels and three major television networks.

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Building Mix

  • 63% Luxury Highrise
  • 13% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 11% Pre War
  • 4% Elevator Building
  • 3% Walk-Up

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This is a Victorian survivor of the time when this stretch of Fifth Avenue was filled with fashionable shops, hotels and clubs. It was built in 1888-90 and was commissioned by prominent Scottish-American jeweler William Moir as a real estate investment. It was designed by the versatile New York architectural firm of D. & J. Jardine. The eight-story building was award landmark status in 8 June 2004 and is clad in a handsome combination of Philadelphia brick, Belleville brownstone, and cast iron. The Wilbraham is extraordinarily well-detailed and reflects the influence of the Romanesque Revival style in the rock-faced stonework and intricately carved stone detail.Apt Features: Gorgeous Oak Hardwood Floors Amazing Natural Light everywhere


Apartment Details

Web ID: NKA_mpg_223390
Bedrooms: Studio
Bathrooms: 1.0
Listed for: Over 3 Years
Last updated: Over 3 Years
Available: Immediately
Pets: No Pets
Dishwasher, Elevator, Laundry Room
Nearby Subway Stations
  • R N Q 28 St (0.15 mi)
  • R N Q 34 St - Herald Sq (0.25 mi)
  • D F B M 34 St - Herald Sq (0.26 mi)
  • 4 6 5 28 St (0.27 mi)
  • 4 6 5 33 St (0.32 mi)