Claridges – 101 West 55th Street

Claridge’s is a luxury apartment rental building located in the Clinton neighborhood of Manhattan. Claridge’s is a stately pre-war building boasting well appointed apartments with 9′ high ceilings, restored plaster moldings and beams, marble baths, entry foyers and many closets. The building boasts an elegant lobby with lighting designed by renowned architect Paul Rudolph. It is a white glove building with a 24-hour doorman and concierge.

Units and Pricing

There is just one unit available at Claridge’s, a two bedroom apartment listed for $6,095/month. The average price per square foot at Claridge’s is $46. Previous apartments ranged in price from $2, 595 to $6,095/month.

Features and Amenities

The classic pre-war residences of Claridge’s provide tenants with · 9’ high ceilings, restored plaster moldings and beams, marble baths, entry foyers and many closets including huge walk-ins. Wausau thermopane windows for superior sound insulation were installed in 2001. Many homes also offer separate service entrances, wood burning fireplaces with marble hearths. Kitchens have granite counters and a full compliment of GE appliances. Penthouses feature large terraces, many offering views of Central Park. It is a “white glove” building with full service concierge and a doorman.


Claridge’s is only three blocks from Central Park and just steps to Fifth Avenue and 57th Street shopping and the theater district. The building is close to Penn Station, Port Authority, the Lincoln Tunnel and more. Hell’s Kitchen/Clinton is an up and coming residential neighborhood bursting at the seams with restaurants, hip bars and cool boutiques. Weekends can be spent brunching till three and browsing the Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market; weekdays can be made less stressful by the quick morning commute.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Claridge’s is the perfect home for someone looking to live close to Midtown Manhattan but who also wants the small, neighborhood feel. The building is a gorgeous pre-war property that’s been perfectly renovated for the modern renter. Clinton provides the proximity to Midtown as well as a variety of public and commuter transportation hubs, but it also offers a great location in terms of entertainment and eateries.