EXIT ART leaves 505 West 37th Bedazzled!

Last evening, EXIT ART hosted a terrace party at TF Cornerstone – 505 West 37th, bringing drinks, music, live silkscreening by GMSH and music by Birdlips.  The most exciting part of this event (next to the beautiful weather & uber-luxurious Midtown West rental building) was the Biomega Copenhagen Bike Bedazzled for EXIT ART by David Byrne!  The lucky winner of this Fold up eBike will definitely be turning heads this summer!

 

Located on 10th Avenue and 37th Street, 505W37 is a highlight of Hudson Yards.  A pedestrian via and tree-lined boulevard are planned for the area next to the building, and the northernmost third of the High Line elevated railway loops around the neighborhood. Hudson Yards is a pedestrian friendly neighborhood, making it easy to get to the local parks such as Bryant, DeWitt Clinton and the Hudson River Park, as well as other popular destinations including Chelsea Pier, Rockefeller Center and the Javits Center. This vibrant area is quickly becoming one of New York City’s most exciting neighborhoods with new restaurants, cultural attractions and boutique shops popping up every day.

 

505W37 is almost completely leased after just one year on the market. For more information, please visit www.505w37.com or call 877.505.3737 to speak with a leasing agent or to schedule a tour of the amenity spaces at 505W37.

TF Cornerstone & NY Abandoned Angels Rescue Charity Host First Annual Cocktail Fundraiser at 505 W 37th Street

TF Cornerstone proudly co-sponsored the first annual cocktail fundraising event for New York Abandoned Angels Rescue (NYAAR) pet charity. The benefit was hosted at Hudson Yards’ luxury residential 505W37 in the building’s Hudson River Club.

More than 200 guests attended the event, including Grammy Award winner, singer and songwriter Roberta Flack, Chef Kerry Heffernan, TV Newscaster George Whipple, DJ Phoenix and TF Cornerstone’s principle K. Thomas Elghanayan along with his spouse and charity co-chair Madeline Hult-Elghanayan. Guests enjoyed a special performance by Roberta Flack as well as live music, wine, and delicious hors d’oeuvres while bidding on items from the silent auction.

Attendees also had the opportunity to meet several rescued dogs that were available for adoption and fostering. All proceeds of the fundraiser will directly support the work of New York Abandoned Angels Rescue (NYAAR).

NY Abandoned Angels Rescue (NYAAR) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the rescue and re-homing of Cocker Spaniels and other dog breeds in need of loving forever homes. NYARR will not reject any dog due to age or health reasons and often accepts dogs with temperament and/or medical issues. The rescue relies solely on donations whether through adoptions or the generosity of the public to help pay for the veterinary care of sick, physically disabled, and behaviorally challenged dogs. To date, NYAAR has rescued over 1,500 dogs.

505 West 37th Street Houses Contestants of Bravo’s The Fashion Show

Luxury residential developer and neighborhood pioneers TF Cornerstone did not hesitate to say “yes” when the producers of Bravo TV’s The Fashion Show approached them to house the contestants of the show’s second season. For a four-week period 12 designers lived in ten studio-through-two-bedroom rental apartments at 505W37 during the filming of the hit reality show. 505W37, located in Manhattan’s dynamic up-and-coming Hudson Yards neighborhood will be a featured player during every episode of the second season of The Fashion Show.

No Fee Apartment

“The combination of fashion powerhouse Isaac Mizrahi coupled with iconic supermodel Iman sealed the deal for us,” says Sofia Estevez of TF Cornerstone. “505W37 is conveniently located near the Garment District where designers have easy access to New York’s best designer fabrics and it’s at walking distance to Time Square, 34 Street and Herald Square,” Estevez adds.

Each No Fee Apartment at 505 West 37th Street features hardwood floors, high ceilings, kitchens with high gloss white cabinetry, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, and modern bathrooms with subway tile, mosaic floors and marble accents. Floor-to-ceiling windows maximize outstanding city and water views, ranging from the Hudson River and Statue of Liberty to the west and the iconic Chrysler Building and Empire State Building to the east. Many of the No Fee Apartments include large balconies or terraces perfect for entertaining or alfresco dining.

505W37’s central amenity area includes a Wi-Fi enabled clubroom with a café and TV lounge; a catering kitchen; a fully equipped 2,000-square-foot fitness center with low-impact flooring; card-operated laundry; 24-hour attended lobby; and Web-enabled concierge and valet services. Two landscaped courtyards and a pair of beautifully landscaped roof decks bring a park-like feel to the building. The second floor terrace includes several seating areas, reflecting pools and a wide variety of tall trees, shrubs and flowers, while the 37th-floor roof deck features a kitchen, lounge areas, billiards room, library and screening area.

505 West 37th Street

Located on 10th Avenue and 37th Street, 505W37 is a highlight of Hudson Yards.  A pedestrian via and tree-lined boulevard are planned for the area next to the building, and the northernmost third of the High Line elevated railway loops around the neighborhood. Hudson Yards is a pedestrian friendly neighborhood, making it easy to get to the local parks such as Bryant, DeWitt Clinton and the Hudson River Park, as well as other popular destinations including Chelsea Pier, Rockefeller Center and the Javits Center. This vibrant area is quickly becoming one of New York City’s most exciting neighborhoods with new restaurants, cultural attractions and boutique shops popping up every day.

505W37 is currently completely leased. For more information, please visit www.505w37.com or call 877.505.3737 to speak with a leasing real estate agent or to schedule a tour of the amenity spaces at 505W37.

505 West 37th Street

505 West 37th Street is a brand new apartment rental building located on 10th Avenue and 37th Street in the dynamic, up and coming Hudson Yards neighborhood. Apartments feature floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors, tall ceilings and modern appliances. Many apartments offer large balconies for private outdoor space and breathtaking views of the Chrysler Building, Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty and the High Line. The second floor of the building boasts a spacious outdoor landscaped terrace with a tranquil, infinity-edged reflecting pool in a park-like setting with plenty of seating, while the 37th floor offers a landscaped rooftop deck with dramatic views of the city and the Hudson River.

Units and Pricing

There are fourteen available rental listings at 505 West 37th Street, ranging in price from $3,105/month for a one bedroom unit to $4,843/month for a two bedroom unit with 1,132 square feet. One bedrooms range in size from 667 to 780 square feet; all two bedrooms are 1,132 square feet. Previous rental listings averaged $48 per square foot, current rental listings are up to $53 per square foot.

Features and Amenities

Apartments feature floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors, tall ceilings and modern appliances. Many apartments offer large balconies for private outdoor space and breathtaking views of the Chrysler Building, Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty and the High Line. Amenities include a 37th floor landscaped rooftop deck as as well as a second floor outdoor landscaped terrace with a reflecting pool and a park-like setting.

Location

505 West 37 is located in Midtown West, on 10th Avenue and 37th Street — only a few blocks from some of the best dining and entertainment that New York City has to offer. The neighborhood boasts incredible access to the Theater District on Broadway, outdoor fun at Hudson River Park, Chelsea’s art galleries, the eclectic restaurants in Hell’s Kitchen, the shopping at Herald Square and excellent public transportation including the Lincoln Tunnel and the West Side Highway. The building is close to Penn Station, Port Authority, and a variety of subway lines.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

The Clinton/Hudson Yards neighborhood used to be an industrial wasteland, but it’s slowly transforming itself into one of the city’s most desirable neighborhoods. It’s ultra convenient in terms of transportation, and offers a bevy of arts, dining and entertainment options. 505 West 37th Street boasts condo-like finishes and amenities without the commitment of ownership.