Emerald Green – 320 West 38th Street

Emerald Green is a luxury apartment rental building located in the Garment District. It is the first green building in the area, and sets the bar fairly high for new builds. The condo-quality finishes in each of Emerald Green’s apartments for rent 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 at Emerald Green 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.

Units and Pricing

There are a bevy of units available at Emerald Green currently, ranging in size from studios to two bedrooms. The building features 569 units total. Studios start at $2,995/month and go up to $3,250/month if that studio includes a home office space. A one bedroom starts at $3,495/month; add on two baths and a home office and you’re at $4,095/month. Two bedrooms are priced at $4,750 and have two baths.

Features and Amenities

The condo-quality finishes in each of Emerald Green’s apartments for rent 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 at Emerald Green 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. Kitchens feature granite countertops, while bathrooms are done in marble and porcelain. All units have nine foot high ceilings and floor to ceiling windows.

Amenities at Emerald Green are of condo-quality. You’ll find a state of the art fitness facility with a 50-foot lap pool and whirlpool spa, a 24-hour doorman along with maid and valet service and an on-site garage. There’s also a sustainable rooftop sun deck, a children’s playroom and private terrace, as well as a residents-only screening room, lounge and library.

Location

One might think that Emerald Green’s placement in the middle of the Garment District is odd, but in reality, it’s quite a logical placing. The building is just a short walk from a variety of public transportation options, as well as Penn Station. It’s also close to one of the hottest neighborhoods in the city right now, Hell’s Kitchen, which is full of boutiques, bars and eateries. Between the easy commute to Midtown and the locational amenities provided by the Penn Station area, you’ll never lack for something to do or somewhere to go.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Emerald Green is a top-notch choice when it comes to luxury sustainable apartments. It offers a building that has truly gone above and beyond when it comes to crafting an environmentally-friendly living experience, and none of the apartments sacrifice style in the slightest. On the contrary, the units are beautifully finishes and are quite sophisticated. In terms of Garment District apartments, Emerald Green is setting the bar quite high. Whether this will prove to be Manhattan’s next big residential neighborhood is unknown, but the truth is, even if it doesn’t become so, the amenities of the nearby Hell’s Kitchen and Penn Station are enough to satisfy residents.