Atlas New York- 66 West 38th Street

Atlas New York is a luxury apartment rental building located in Manhattan’s Clinton neighborhood. It’s a 47-story mixed-use tower at 66 West 38th. The building offers Midtown luxury rental apartment living in close proximity to Bryant Park, public transportation, Times Square, the Theater District and the Garment District. The building has a 24-hour attended lobby, a garage, valet services, and bicycle storage. Apartments range from about 435 to 1,156 square feet. Kitchens feature wild applewood cabinetry and black GE appliances. Many apartments have corner windows. The building is pet friendly, with a roof deck and a resident’s lounge with daily breakfast service. Atlas is famously known as the home of Project Runway contestants – whenever the show films in New York, contestants of the hit Bravo (now on Lifetime) fashion designer challenge shack up in the building.

Units and Pricing

There are currently four units for rent at Atlas New York, all of which are one bedrooms. The smallest unit, with just 583 square feet, is listed at $3,000, while the largest, at 732 square feet, is listed at $3,380. The average price per square foot at Atlas New York is $55.

Features and Amenities

Atlas New York has a 24-hour attended lobby, a garage, valet services, and bicycle storage. Apartments range from about 435 to 1,156 square feet. Kitchens feature wild applewood cabinetry and black GE appliances. Many apartments have corner windows. The building is pet friendly, with a roof deck and a resident’s lounge with daily breakfast service.

Location

Atlas New York is located at the beginning of Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen/Clinton  neighborhood. It’s just a few blocks away from both Penn Station and Port Authority, and sits right near the Garment District. The building is also close to Times Square, Bryant Park and a bevy of subway lines, making it an ideal location. Hell’s Kitchen is one of the up and coming neighborhoods in Manhattan thanks to its small-town feel in the big city. It’s chock full of hip bars, eateries and boutiques, and it’s getting better and better every day.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Atlas New York offers the opportunity to live close to a variety of public transit options and close to the office while still spending your nights somewhere quiet. Clinton isn’t as quaint as the West Village, nor as noisy as Times Square – instead, it’s somewhere in between, making for a great place for young professionals who want to hit up the brunch selection on Sunday mornings and still make it to work on Monday with a short commute.