This is a luxury apartment rental building that places an emphasis on luxury -- the kind that befits kings and queens. The building is a 53-story rental apartment tower with 464 apartments. It has a fitness center, business center, and resident's lounge with a fireplace, games area, screening room, and terrace. The redbrick building has the upper portion of a facade angled to create some bay windows.
The building offers an outstanding array of floor plans including studios, alcove studios, one bedrooms, two bedrooms, and two+ bedroom residences. What the building is really known for, however, is its service. Everything from personal European tailoring to upholstery cleaning is available for residents. Apartments at this building offer sweeping views of Times Square thanks to floor to ceiling windows, as well as hardwood floors, spacious closets, fully equipped chef's kitchens with granite countertops and wooden cabinetry and bathrooms with marble floors and walls, soaking tubs and stainless steel fixtures.
Amenities include 24-hour concierge and doorman, a children's playroom, hotel service, laundry, a fitness center and a rooftop terrace. However, it's the hotel service that really makes the building stand out. Services include dry cleaning, shirts laundered, laundry by the pound, European tailoring, leather and suede cleaning, shoe repair and shoeshine. Maids offer uniformed service, floor waxing, rug shampooing, window cleaning, and upholstery cleaning. Travel and entertainment options include limousine and private car service, theater, concert and sporting event tickets, restaurant reservations recommendations, and travel arrangements.
Other services include courier services, messenger and mail services, an ATM, food shopping and storage, waiter and waitress service, private catering, party planning and DJs, wine storage, dog walking, plant watering, errands, flowers, and gift baskets. Basically, they'll do anything you need! Neighborhood This building is located on 47th Street in the heart of Times Square, one of Manhattan's loudest and most colorful neighborhoods. By day, the area is crazy and confusing, the streets clogged with tourists -- by night, the bright lights of Broadway light up the avenues and dazzle apartment dwellers with the gorgeous city skyline. The building is close to a bevy of transportation options with multiple subway lines at Times Square. It's also close to Midtown, making for an easy morning commute.