The Ellington is a rental building located in Manhattan’s Times Square neighborhood. Just steps away from the famous Theater District, The Ellington is placed close to incredible dining options, a bevy of boutiques and big box stores and more. The lower reaches of Central Park are just a hop, skip and a jump away from The Ellington. The building boasts a recently renovated lobby; many apartments inside feature fireplace and some feature terraces. The Ellington offers studios, one and two bedroom layouts. There are 210 units in the building in total.
Units and Pricing
There are currently no available rental listings at The Ellington, a testament to the building’s popularity. Previous rental listings, of which there are 210, ranged from $2,035/month for a studio to $3,950/month for a two bedroom unit. The average price per square foot at The Ellington is $50.
Features and Amenities
The Ellington features laundry on every floor, as well as a 24-hour doorman and a concierge in the recently renovated lobby. The building also boasts a fitness center and a sauna, as well as bicycle storage and additional resident storage available.
Two words: Times Square. The center of New York City, and perhaps, the universe; Times Square is a visual spectacle, a hustle and bustle at all times. It features the Great White Way, beloved by theater-goers worldwide, as well as a bevy of shopping and dining options. A variety of forms of public transportation, including buses and trains, as located in Times Square, so transport to other portions of the city is a cinch.
Why You Would Want to Live Here
It’s said that Times Square is the bane of the existence of many “real” New Yorkers, who claim that their New York is nothing like Times Square. This being said, hundreds of thousands of tourists flock to the landmark location every day, and you couldn’t ask for a better pied-a-terre. For those visiting the city for extended periods of time, The Ellington offers everything you could ask for – a gym, a perfect location, great public transit, and spacious, well-equipped residences with everything you need and nothing you don’t. Long term New Yorkers might not favor the building, but as we stated above, the fact that there are no available units is a testament to The Ellington’s popularity.