Hell’s Kitchen, located on the West Side between Chelsea and Midtown West, has moved beyond it's crime ridden past to become one of the most popular neighborhoods in Manhattan.
Multiple luxury buildings are popping up as far west as 11th avenue, featuring doormen, state of the art gyms, parking, dishwashers, and in unit laundry. Though they can be a hike from the subway, many of these buildings offer shuttles that run to and fro.learn more about this neighborhood
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- 67% Luxury Highrise
- 8% Walk-Up
- 8% Pre War
- 6% Elevator/Laundry Building
- 3% New Building
This wonderful apartment includes a large terrace, floor to ceiling windows, stainless steel appliances, a marble bath, full size washer/dryer, and great closets.
A Stunning interior garden and green roof are this building's most obviously green elements, but subtle sustainable touches are everywhere you look. The condo-quality finishes in each of the apartments are singularly sustainable, from the bamboo flooring to the energy-efficient windows to the Energy Star-rated in-unit washer/dryers and GE appliances in the gourmet kitchens. Green building management systems also ensure that the living experience is top-notch -- a building-wide water filtration system reduces waste and provides ultra-clean water right out of the tap; occupancy sensors ensure that public spaces are ultra-efficient as well. These apartments offer all the aesthetic grace notes savvy NYC dwellers expect from a luxury rental apartment, from granite-accented kitchen and marble-and-porcelain baths to nine-foot ceilings to floor-to-ceiling windows, but they deliver the green goods as well.
This amazing building offers the deluxe amenities renters look for in a Manhattan luxury rental. The state-of-the-art on-site fitness facility boasts a 50-foot lap pool and whirlpool spa. The 24-hour doorman service is augmented by valet and maid service; an on-site attended garage provides added convenience. The public spaces stand out for both their sustainability and striking good looks, from the rooftop sundeck to the private terrace to the residents-only screening room, lounge and library. Factor in a supremely central Manhattan location in the garment district, just steps to the subway and LIRR at Penn Station, and it's easy to see why this building is one of the most sought out buildings in Manhattan.
$4,595, One Bedroom, 1.0 Bathroom
- Web ID: 1398444
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