Pet-Friendly Pick of the Month-MiMA

Set to open this month at 450-460 W42nd Street between 9th & 10th Avenue, MiMA is the newest luxury addition to Midtown Manhattan’s skyline.  Designed by one of the world’s leading architecture and design firms, Arquitectonica, this 63-story glass wall residential tower features 50 floors of luxury rentals, 151 tower condominiums, plus a new 669-room Yotel.  Not just for living, this building also features exciting new retail and dining experiences and the all-new Frank Gehry designed Signature Theatre Center.

Residences

When you walk into MiMA, you will feel David Rockwell’s design sophistication every direction that you turn, from the double-height wood and glass lobby, the furnished corridors and the finishing touches in each residence.

Amenities

M Club at MiMA is the ultimate residential amenity. Totaling over 44,000 square feet, M Club provides an array of health, recreation and entertainment facilities including three landscaped outdoor terraces, a full-size indoor basketball and volleyball court, heated lap pool, residents-only fitness center by Equinox, indoor screening room, private party rooms, catering kitchen, tech center, game room with billiards and Wii.  The furnished, landscaped, outdoor terrace, sitting at the top of the city, makes you feel like you are miles away from hustle & bustle.

Pet-Friendly

When looking for a pet-friendly space, you want to ask the specifics, i.e. what animals are allowed, if there is a weight-limit, etc.  At MiMA, both dogs (under 50 lbs & no aggressive breeds) and cats are allowed.

One amenity that is perfect for the dog-owners is “Dog City”-a fully-equipped, professionally-staffed pet spa that features an indoor and outdoor play space.  It also includes a wash, dry and groom facilities, on and off-site vet care, pet training, scheduled dog walks and pet play dates.

Location

In the middle of it all (literally), MiMA is situated in the heart of Manhattan.  Theatres, phenomenal restaurants, nightlife, indoor/outdoor markets, museums, shopping and parks are all at your fingertips!  Bowlmor Lanes Times Square, Bryant park, Hudson River Park and Theatre Row are a few of the cultural highlights that are in your backyard.

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