Not the home of Anna Wintour, but instead a luxury rental apartment building, The Vogue is located on Sixth Avenue just in Midtown Manhattan. The building has a concierge, garage, sundeck, laundry on every floor, video security and an alarm system. This 25-story rental apartment slab tower has a four-story commercial base that occupies the full eastern blockfront on the Avenue of the Americas between 36th and 37th streets and a setback tower with 320 residential units. The blue-green brick structure is distinguished by its rounded corners, large windows and balconies. The Vogue offers studio, one and two bedroom layouts.
Units and Pricing
All units at The Vogue are currently full. Previous rentals ranged in price from $2,050/month for a studio to $4,000 for a two bedroom, two bath unit. The average price per square foot at The Vogue is $49.
Features and Amenities
Apartments at The Vogue are spacious with hardwood floors, oversized windows, self-controlled heating and cooling and private balconies. Bedrooms feature walk-in closets, and kitchens boast stainless steel appliances and wooden cabinetry. Bathrooms are decked out in marble and have been recently renovated. The building has an attended lobby with a concierge and doorman, as well as a full service garage on the premises. Services include laundry, valet and more, and residents enjoy the rooftop terrace, lounge, video security and laundry rooms on every floor.
The Vogue is located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, on Sixth Avenue between 36th and 37th Streets. It’s just a few blocks from Herald Square, a New York epicenter if there ever was one. While this location is raucous and lively during the day, it is quiet at night and convenient to major New York landmarks like the Empire State Building, the Morgan Library and the New York Public Library. Furthermore, the remarkable renaissance of Times Square several blocks to the north has dramatically revitalized the West Side in Midtown, and this location is not too far from the very trendy Flatiron District to the south and the increasingly popular Chelsea district.
Why You Would Want to Live Here
The Vogue won’t appeal to someone looking for a quaint building or a quiet location – but for someone who moved to New York to be in the middle of it all, The Vogue will fit the bill. It’s just a short walk from Herald Square, which is just as busy as Times Square if not more so. Shopping, dining, entertainment – it’s all right outside your doorstep when you’re at The Vogue. Come home to a nice, renovated apartment with a doorman who might just tip his hat when you enter the door, and revel in the fact that you’re paying just $49/square foot. The Vogue is very affordable when it comes to Midtown apartments.