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.

Midwest Court – 410 West 53rd Street

Midwest Courtt is a apartment rental building located in the heart of Manhattan’s theater district. The building stands out from its neighbors thanks to a glass-enclosed walkway, which overlooks a landscaped courtyard. Midwest Court offers 220 residents in seven stories, all designed to maximize light and space. The building’s best selling point is its prime address; Midwest Court is just a few steps away from the bustling Theater District, major retailers, and some of Ninth Avenue’s top restaurants, making it the perfect residence for someone who wants to live in the heart of it all. The building boasts a 24-hour attended lobby, a fitness center, landscaped rooftop deck and is pet friendly.

Units and Pricing

There are currently five available units for rent at Midwest Court, four one bedroom apartments and one studio unit. The studio unit is listed at $2,175/month while the one bedrooms range in price from $2,595 to $2,855/month. The average price per square foot at Midwest Court is $44.

Features and Amenities

Midwest Court offers a 24-hour concierge, valet, a landscaped rooftop deck and a fitness center. The apartments are spacious, light-filled and airy, and the building boasts a glass enclosed walkway that overlooks a landscaped courtyard.

Location

Foxwoods might have copyrighted the slogan, “for the wonder of it all,” but in reality, it’s Midtown Manhattan that deserves the title. When you live in and around the theater district, you’re surrounded by bright lights and big city all the time. Transportation is a cinch, and any number of bars, restaurants and shopping options are right at your fingertips. Times Square is the epicenter of the city, and Midwest Court puts you just above it, so your home is quiet enough for sleep but close enough to the action for some serious play.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Midwest Court offers bright, spacious apartments that make the perfect pied-a-terres. The building sits in the center of it all, at the intersection of Times Square, Hells Kitchen and the Theater District – you’ll never lack for something to do during day and night, and come the wee hours, you’ll retire to your comfortable Midwest Court abode to get some shut eye.

The Westport – 500 West 56th Street

The Westport is a rental apartment building located in Midtown West. Located just steps from Central Park and Columbus Circle, The Westport marries the premium services of a luxury Manhattan condominium building with the convenience of a Midtown West location.Move-in coordination, 24-hour attended lobby, a personal assistant, and in-home package delivery are just a few of the services available to those who reside at The Westport. Residents also enjoy a landscaped rooftop terrace, adjoining party room, and a state-of-the-art fitness club complete with half-court basketball. Designed by Costas Kondylis and Partners, 24-story Westport features a series of setbacks in the traditional fashion of New York apartment buildings, and offers 371 studio, one and two bedroom residences. The facade is composed of square patterns of brick and glass, allowing for the maximum use of glass while still maintaining the look of a masonry building.  The setbacks provide for numerous private roof terraces.

Units and Pricing

There are currently ten active rental listings at The Westport, ranging from $2,595 to $5,495/month. The average price per square foot at The Westport is a steal, coming in for a mere $46/sf.

Features and Amenities

Apartments at The Westport offer gourmet kitchens with granite counters, white appliances and wood cabinetry with glass accents, marble bathrooms with deep storage, carpeted bedrooms, oversized windows, and customized closet space. Select residences include washer/dryer and private roof terraces.

The Westport boasts a full-time doorman, concierge, bicycle storage room, fully furnished and wired conference room that seats eight people, a state-of-the art health and fitness center with a half-court basketball court, cardio and strength equipment and lots of natural light, two entertainment lounges with an abundance of natural light, large screen TV, open kitchen and sofas, table and chairs for dining, conversation and games adjacent to which there is an outdoor terrace that features a BBQ area and a second party room with both city and river views, an internet cafe with round-the-clock internet access, video security, move-in coordination, personal assistant, electronic payment, in-home package delivery, referral bonus, and community events hosted by the building throughout the year. Like many Related properties, The Westport is animal friendly.

Location

Located at 500 West 56th Street, The Westport offers a prime westside location. Just steps from Central Park, Columbus Circle, Carnegie Hall and City Center, there’s everything from acclaimed bars to famous restaurants, and more shopping, including J.Crew and Sephora than one could dream of. The Westport is also located near Whole Foods and a variety of convenience stores. In short, the best of Midtown is just steps from your door, whether you’re shopping at the Time Warner Center or taking in a night of theater along Broadway. The Westport is conveniently located near a variety of public transit options, so you can get anywhere in the city in a flash.

Why You Would Want to Live Here
The neighborhood of Midtown West is more up and coming than the Lower East Side, and offers a heck of a lot more options in terms of shopping, dining and transportation. Midtown West, and The Westport, offer the opportunity to live and work in one neighborhood, negating the need from a long commute from home to the office. The apartments at The Westport have been designed with luxury and comfort in mind, and the location can’t be beat. The Westport boasts all the amenities a working bloke or lady would need, without going overboard, and this help keep the rents at reasonable rates.