The Nicole – 400 West 55th Street

The Nicole is a luxury apartment rental building located in Manhattan’s Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood. Constructed in 2004, The Nicole offers homes in sizes from studio’s to two bedrooms. The building boasts a  Stephen Alton designed lobby, city views, a rusticated stone first floor, garden terrace, 24-hour concierge, gym, lounge with coffee bar, valet services, bicycle storage, dry cleaning, and more. Apartment features include floor to ceiling corner windows, private terraces and high ceilings in select homes, double hung, walk-in and linen closets.

Units and Pricing

There are currently just three available units at The Nicole. Two are one bedroom units, priced at $3,320 and $3,400/month, for 646 and 705 square feet, respectively. The other is a two bedroom  unit with 1,084 square feet listed for $4,600/month. The average price per square foot at The Nicole is $57.

Features and Amenities

The Nicole’s luxury apartments feature floor-to-ceiling corner windows and double-hung walk-in closets. It is pet friendly, and kitchens have GE stainless steel appliances, Sienna Wild Apple Wood cabinetry and track lighting; some apartments even have windows in the kitchens and private terraces. Baths feature Kohler pedestal sink and bath, Castle Grande floor and walls, custom mirrored vanity and windowed baths in select units. Amenities include a Stephen Alton designed lobby, city views, a rusticated stone first floor, garden terrace, 24-hour concierge, gym, lounge with coffee bar, valet services, bicycle storage, dry cleaning, and more.

Location

Midtown West/Clinton is one of the hottest neighborhoods in the city these days, with new developments springing up left and right. With residential development comes  retail and food, so the neighborhood offers a bevy of bars, eateries, groceries and entertainment options. In addition to the local haunts, The Nicole is located within walking distance of Times Square, home to the Great White Way of Broadway and pretty much every other entertainment option under the sun. In addition, the building’s proximity to Times Square means that residents have a variety of subways at their disposal.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

The Nicole offers spacious, updated apartments in one of Manhattan’s hottest neighborhoods for just $57/square foot. By New York standards, this is cheap – and the location can’t be beat, given the decrease in  morning commute. Those who are looking to live close to where they work (but not on top of their office) will enjoy The Nicole’s luxury apartments and top of the line amenities.

Riverbank West – 560 West 43rd Street

Riverbank West is a luxury apartment rental building located between West 42nd and West 43rd Streets, near 11th Avenue – just one block from the Hudson River. The 43 story high-rise building includes 418 studios, one- two- and three-bedroom luxury rental apartments, parking garage, retail shops and new amenities arriving in Q’1 2010 to include a swimming pool, media room, fitness center and resident lounge.  The building also features a gated red brick courtyard entry with fountain, newly renovated lobby and hallways and 24-hour, white-glove concierge/doorman services.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no available units at Riverbank West, a testament to the popularity of the building. Previous units ranged in price from $2,200 for a one bedroom, one bath with a bit over 600 square feet to $5,280/month for a three bedroom, two bath unit. The average price per square foot is $54.

Features and Amenities

Apartments at Riverbank West offer white on white on white kitchens with black granite countertops, parquet floors throughout and large windows. Kitchens are pass through ones with breakfast bars that overlook the common area; bedrooms are large and sunlit. Amenities at Riverbank West include a Crunch fitness center with Junior Olympic-size swimming pool, a Jacuzzi, weight-training and aerobics rooms, business center with high-speed Internet, conference room, and Prestige Valet.

Location

Midtown West/Clinton is one of the hottest neighborhoods in the city these days, with new developments springing up left and right. With residential development comes  retail and food, so the neighborhood offers a bevy of bars, eateries, groceries and entertainment options. In addition to the local haunts, Riverbank West is located within walking distance of Times Square, home to the Great White Way of Broadway and pretty much every other entertainment option under the sun. In addition, the building’s proximity to Times Square means that residents have a variety of subways at their disposal.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Riverbank West offers large, luxury apartment rentals for just $54/square foot. The building’s proximity to the hustle and bustle of Midtown means a shorter morning commute. The amenities, which are new additions to Riverbank West, are gorgeous – the Olympic pool and Crunch gym are nothing to frown at.

Claridges – 101 West 55th Street

Claridge’s is a luxury apartment rental building located in the Clinton neighborhood of Manhattan. Claridge’s is a stately pre-war building boasting well appointed apartments with 9′ high ceilings, restored plaster moldings and beams, marble baths, entry foyers and many closets. The building boasts an elegant lobby with lighting designed by renowned architect Paul Rudolph. It is a white glove building with a 24-hour doorman and concierge.

Units and Pricing

There is just one unit available at Claridge’s, a two bedroom apartment listed for $6,095/month. The average price per square foot at Claridge’s is $46. Previous apartments ranged in price from $2, 595 to $6,095/month.

Features and Amenities

The classic pre-war residences of Claridge’s provide tenants with · 9’ high ceilings, restored plaster moldings and beams, marble baths, entry foyers and many closets including huge walk-ins. Wausau thermopane windows for superior sound insulation were installed in 2001. Many homes also offer separate service entrances, wood burning fireplaces with marble hearths. Kitchens have granite counters and a full compliment of GE appliances. Penthouses feature large terraces, many offering views of Central Park. It is a “white glove” building with full service concierge and a doorman.

Location

Claridge’s is only three blocks from Central Park and just steps to Fifth Avenue and 57th Street shopping and the theater district. The building is close to Penn Station, Port Authority, the Lincoln Tunnel and more. Hell’s Kitchen/Clinton is an up and coming residential neighborhood bursting at the seams with restaurants, hip bars and cool boutiques. Weekends can be spent brunching till three and browsing the Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market; weekdays can be made less stressful by the quick morning commute.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Claridge’s is the perfect home for someone looking to live close to Midtown Manhattan but who also wants the small, neighborhood feel. The building is a gorgeous pre-war property that’s been perfectly renovated for the modern renter. Clinton provides the proximity to Midtown as well as a variety of public and commuter transportation hubs, but it also offers a great location in terms of entertainment and eateries.

Hudson Crossing – 400 West 37th Street

Hudson Crossing is a luxury apartment rental building located in Manhattan’s Clinton neighborhood. The building boasts an excellent location, within walking distance of Madison Square Garden, Macy’s, and Times Square. Apartments at Hudson Crossing offer 9′ high ceilings, bay windows and/or floor to ceiling windows, amazing views, gourmet kitchens with breakfast bars and individually controlled heat and AC. The building offers a fitness center, landscaped sun terrace, laundry, concierge service and more.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no available units at Hudson Crossing, which is a testament to the popularity of the building. Previous rental  units ranged in price from $1,720 to $3,825/month. The average price per square foot is $53.

Features and Amenities

Apartments at Hudson Crossing boast 9′ foot high ceilings, bay windows and floor to ceiling windows, mini blinds, spacious closets, gourmet kitchens with breakfast bars, microwaves and dishwashers and more. Building amenities include patios and balconies, concierge services, extra storage, a fitness center, on-site laundry, a package service, a renter’s insurance program available, valet dry cleaning and more.

Location

Hudson Crossing is located in the heart of Midtown West, just moments from the city’s transportation hubs of Penn Station, Port Authority and more. The neighborhood is chock full of eateries, bars, boutiques and more, and public transit offers a bevy of options for travel around the city.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Hudson Crossing is a luxury building that’s perfect for pied-a-terres, as it’s right next to all of Manhattan’s transportation hub. The neighborhood also offers the small charm of Hell’s Kitchen, with all the big city amenities and offerings of Midtown. If you’re looking to live where you work, Hudson Crossing is perfect for you.

Plaza West – 444 W 35 St

Plaza West is a luxury apartment rental building located in Clinton. The building offers studio and one bedroom apartments as well as duplexes with landscaped patios. All residences boast panoramic skylines thanks to the floor to ceiling windows. Plaza West offers a 24-hour attended lobby, a garden plaza and video security. Plaza West offers an astounding location – everything one could need is just a few blocks from the front door. The Garment District, Madison Square Garden, the Javits Center, and Penn Station are all just moments away from the building. Commuters will enjoy the easy access to the Lincoln Tunnel and Port Authority.

Units and Pricing

Plaza West offers studios and one bedroom apartments, as well as duplexes. There is currently just one unit available for rent at Plaza West, a one bedroom with 605 square feet. It is listed at $2,750/month. The average price per square foot at Plaza West is $54.

Features and Amenities

Apartments at Plaza West offers floor to ceiling windows and amazing views. The building boasts a 24-hour attended lobby, video security and a garden plaza.

Location

Plaza West’s location is the building’s top selling point. It’s proximal to Penn Station, Port Authority, the Lincoln Tunnel and more. Hell’s Kitchen/Clinton is an up and coming residential neighborhood bursting at the seams with restaurants, hip bars and cool boutiques. Weekends can be spent brunching till three and browsing the Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market; weekdays can be made less stressful by the quick morning commute.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Plaza West is the perfect home for someone looking to live close to Midtown Manhattan but who also wants the small, neighborhood feel. Clinton provides the proximity to Midtown as well as a variety of public and commuter transportation hubs, but it also offers a great location in terms of entertainment and eateries. Plaza West offers updated apartments with incredible views and an outstanding location.

455 West 37th Street

455W37 is a luxury apartment rental building located in the Clinton/Hudson Yards neighborhood in Midtown Manhattan. The building rises 24 stories high, and offers residences with clean, contemporary design enhanced by the spectacular views from oversized windows, stainless steel appliances and spacious living areas. 455W37 offers a doorman and concierge, as well as a rooftop deck with seating and pavilion tents, as well as a private fitness center with state of the art equipment.

Units and Pricing

There is currently only one unit available for rent at 455 West 37th Street, a testament to the popularity of the building. It is a one bedroom unit with 693 square feet, listed at $2,986/month. Previous rental listings, of which there are 118, averaged $47/square foot, while the current rental listing averages $51/square foot. Clinton is a popular neighborhood, and the rising rental rates showcase this fact.

Features and Amenities

455 West 37th Street is a new building with sparkling, bright and modern apartments and state of the art amenities. Apartments feature oversized windows and stainless steels appliances, as well as hardwood floors. The building offers a landscaped rooftop deck, concierge, doorman and a state of the art fitness center.

Location

455 West 37 is located in Midtown West  and sits 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. 455 West 37th Street boasts condo-like finishes and amenities without the commitment of ownership.


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.

Archstone Clinton – 515 West 52nd Street

Archstone Clinton is a rental apartment building located on the west side of Manhattan in the city’s Clinton neighborhood. Archstone Clinton sits in Midtown Manhattan, offering a refuge from the noisy world outside. This luxury residential high-rise development is located in the Clinton area on the West Side of Manhattan, and features two towers and a three-theater complex with six condominium lofts. It’s an environmentally friendly property and offers a location that is close to amazing eateries, shops, bars and entertainment. The Archstone Clinton boasts not just one but two fitness centers, two rooftop sun decks, a media room, library, and special event spaces. The building is LEED certified, and the apartments offer custom wood cabinets and granite countertops.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no available units at Archstone Clinton, a testament to the building’s popularity. Previous rentals, of which there are 47, ranged in price from $2,480/month for a studio to $10,520 for a two bedroom, three bath unit with 1,816 square feet. The average price per square foot at Archstone Clinton is $60.

Features and Amenities

Apartments in the North Tower of Archstone Clinton boast black granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, built-in microwaves and cherry wood custom cabinets in the kitchens; while apartments in the South Tower offer white granite countertops, white-on-white appliances, built-in microwaves and maple wood custom cabinets. All units in both towers offer parquet wood flooring, floor-to-ceiling windows, spacious layouts and oversized closets. Apartments have washer/dryers inside and boast views of the Manhattan skyline and the Hudson River.

Location

Archstone Clinton is just minutes away from Lincoln Center. Central Park and the shops at Columbus Circle are just blocks away. Residents can easily walk to Times Square, a transportation hub. The Hudson is just minutes away, as is the Hudson River Park. The building offers easy access to the 1, 2, 3, 7, B, C, D, E, N, Q, R, S & W trains.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Archstone Clinton offers spacious, sun-drenched apartments in the heart of the city’s Clinton neighborhood, which is also known as Hell’s Kitchen. Located smack in the middle of the Theater District and the beginnings of the Upper West Side, you’ll never lack for entertainment, dining and shopping options. When you live here, the world is your oyster.