Related Launches MiMA Rentals Fall Inventory Following Successful Summer Leasing Season

The creator of Time Warner Center, The Caledonia, and Superior Ink, has successfully launched another Manhattan urban destination. MiMA, a 63-story glass tower located at 450 West 42nd Street between 9th and 10th Avenues, joins Related Companies impeccable roster of residential dwellings.

Following the successful launch of the building’s spring and summer inventory, including residences up to the 41st floor, which are nearly fully leased, Related is proud to introduce its fall inventory, with homes on floors 42 to 50. The residences on MiMA’s uppermost floors offer 360 degree views that are truly awe-inspiring. To the south, residents cannot only see the tip of Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty, but the Atlantic Ocean. Views to the north include the George Washington Bridge, Central Park, and the Time Warner Center itself.

“This past summer we saw an accelerated rate of leasing in the lower portion of the building, with a very strong demand for high-end rental homes,” said Daria Salusbury, Senior Vice President of Related, who leads the company’s luxury residential leasing operations. “MiMA’s unprecedented amenity package, unrivaled views, superior services, inspired architecture and contemporary design has really resonated with a value-driven marketplace and resulted in our ability to command rents at over $75 per square foot. MiMA has been enthusiastically embraced by residents who continue to be drawn to MiMA’s over an acre of amenities and the full lifestyle experience it offers, and we expect to continue exceeding expectations with the leasing of our fall inventory.”

Named after its location in the middle of Manhattan, MiMA features M Club, a sprawling 44,000 square feet of health, recreation and entertainment amenities. In addition to the city’s first resident-only, onsite Equinox fitness club, the building offers a full court basketball court and a 60-foot glass enclosed lap pool. Another first is Dog City, a full service grooming and day care center for pets. The residents-only professionally staffed pet spa with indoor and outdoor play areas offers grooming and training facilities, in-home feeding, walking services, scheduled play dates, and more.

In all there are three lushly landscaped outdoor terraces with private dining pods and barbeque facilities encompassing over 14,000 square feet of outdoor space, two party rooms and catering kitchens, outdoor and indoor screening rooms, and an Internet café and business center equipped with iMac computers and a coffee bar. In addition, there is a club room and residents’ lounge with a cozy island fireplace, a fully equipped game room with billiards and card tables and electronic gaming, and bicycle and resident storage.

Related’s acclaimed commitment to service is again evidenced at MiMA and encompasses every detail that makes a residence a home. Personal assistants, a 24-hour concierge, doorman and on-site valet are just the beginning. MiMA residents have a move-in coordinator to handle every last detail from choosing the best moving service to handling utility and technology set-up. Renters can utilize electronic payment or pay their rent via credit cards and earn valuable rewards.

MiMA is also home to the Signature Center, which, when it opens next spring, will offer three Frank Gehry-designed theaters for Off-Broadway productions. Besides the more than 650 homes, MiMA is bringing to the block YOTEL New York, an innovative hotel designed by David Rockwell and SoftRoom, and several top-flight retail outlets to the emerging neighborhood. MiMA is also within a short walking distance of the N,Q,R,1,2,3,7,A,C and E subway lines.

Cassa NY – 70 West 45th Street

One great thing about living in a building that also homes a boutique hotel, is that residents are lucky enough to take advantage of the hotel amenities/services.  Cassa NY, located at 70 West 45th Street, is a contemporary condominium building exuding luxury in the heart of Midtown Manhattan.

The residences exude stunning open living areas with the highest quality materials and finishes set against panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline.  Each home boasts sleek, fully integrated kitchens, designed for contemporary life.  The white lacquer cabinetry conceals appliances from Miele, Liebherr and Wolf, while the Pietra Bedonia stone is the perfect accent piece.  Cassa NY offers a large amount of half and full floor-through apartments, all offering corner exposures.

Walk into the bathroom and you may feel like you are walking into a spa.  Each bath features exquisite glacier glass walls, limestone floors, Travertine marble vanities, spacious glass enclosed showers and soaking tubs.  Best part?  If you need extra towels, just call!

Beyond the bright, double-height lobby is 1945, a new restaurant bringing mid-century American cuisine to Midtown Manhattan.  With organic ingredients and design inspirations from the 40’s/50’s, this glass encased dining experience is something not to miss. Or, head to the horseshoe-shaped bar for a drink to unwind after a long day.

A la carte hotel services available to residents are 24-hour room service, full housekeeping and turn down services, in-room spa services, 24-hour concierge, child-care services, pet-care services, daily fresh flower deliveries, limousine and valet services and overnight shoeshine service.  An additional service, Garde Robe, is a premiere wardrobe storage and personal valet service that provides climate-controlled storage for your favorite pieces, footwear and accessories!

Cassa NY is in the heart of Manhattan-the epicenter of it all.  Blocks away from Bryant Park, the NY Public Library, some of the city’s best dining and endless shopping options, the location is hard to beat!

The Continental is More Than 50 Percent Leased in Just Three Months!

The Continental, the new 53-story luxury rental tower located at 885 Sixth Ave., is more than 50 percent leased in just three months. Such results come on the heels of several other successful additions to the growing Sixth Avenue Corridor neighborhood, including Trader Joe’s, Food Parc, La Pomme and Bar Basque.

Situated on the corner of Sixth Avenue and 32nd Street, The Continental’s 336 apartments boast expansive floor plans and impressive views of the Manhattan skyline. Residents enjoy the building’s Midtown location, which puts them within close proximity to many of the city’s cultural attractions, as well as major transportation hubs like Penn Station, Port Authority and Grand Central.

“The response to The Continental, from renters and the real estate community alike, has been tremendous,” said Cliff Finn, managing director of new development marketing for Citi Habitats Marketing Group, the exclusive marketing and leasing agent for The Continental. “We are thrilled with The Continental’s success thus far, especially considering it was achieved through the drudges of this winter’s awful weather. We could not have accomplished this without the project’s quality construction and pristine amenities, including the only pool on the Sixth Avenue Corridor, as well as its convenient and increasingly dynamic location.”

The Continental is comprised of studio, one-bedroom, one-bedroom with home office, and two-bedroom apartments starting on the ninth floor. The building’s lobby, 15,000 sq. ft. amenity space and garage, in addition to premier retail space may be found on the lower floors. Monthly rental prices start from approximately $2,960 and range to more than $6,815.

Tenants have access to the exclusive American Leisure-managed Continental Club & Spa, featuring a 50-foot indoor infinity-edge lap swimming pool with heated hydrotherapy spa, set within a double-height, glass-enclosed atrium with lounge chairs. A health club with a fitness and cardio center, yoga studio, his-and-hers locker rooms and his-and-hers treatment rooms, is also available.

The Club’s lounge with fireplace opens onto a landscaped terrace with seating and dining areas, and there is a fully equipped catering kitchen for residents to easily host private social events. The Wi-Fi-enabled space also features a gaming lounge with billiards and LCD displays. In addition to the entertainment lounge, there is a 48th floor skydeck furnished with lounge chairs. Other amenities include a full-service Abigail Michaels concierge, valet and on-site parking, 24-hour doormen, BuildingLink, and bicycle storage.

The Costas Kondylis-designed tower has a state-of-the-art lobby featuring exclusively designed custom furnishings by Capri Furniture, Christopher Guy and J. Robert Scott. Residences boast floor-to-ceiling tinted windows, ceilings as high as eleven-and-a-half feet, white oak flooring throughout and washers and dryers in every unit.

Kitchens have Florenza porcelain tile flooring, wood-grain cabinetry with stainless steel hardware, concealed full-extension silent self-closing drawers and quartz countertops and backsplashes. The stainless steel appliance suite includes a gas-range stove, microwave and dishwasher and Fisher Paykel refrigerator with in-door water dispenser.

Baths at The Continental offer Verdana porcelain tile floors, polished marble vanity countertops, recessed medicine cabinets with mirrored doors, Kohler bathtubs and polished chrome fixtures by Moen to create a clean spa-like setting.

The Corinthian – 330 East 38th Street

Manhattan No Fee Apartments

The Corinthian is a luxury apartment rental high-rise building located in Manhattan’s Murray Hill neighborhood. Built on the site of the former Greyhound Bus terminal, The Corinthian features the finest amenities and white glove services. Soaring 57 Stories over The East River and Murray Hill in a lush, park-like setting, the building is a daring curvilinear residences with large, sun-drenched interiors and panoramic views of the East River and skyline thanks to expansive 180 degree bay windows in each living room.

The Corinthian - 330 East 38th Street
Units and Pricing

There are 22 available No Fee Apartment units for rent at The Corinthian – 330 East 38th Street ranging in size from studios to four bedrooms. Studios start at 550 square feet and $2,200/month. One bedrooms range from $2,200/month for 463 square feet to $3,950/month for 1,009 square feet. Two bedrooms start at $3,995/month and go up to $7,000/month for 1,400 square feet. Three bedrooms start at 1,700 square feet and $7,350/month. Four bedrooms offer 2,400 square feet and start at $20,000/month. The average price per square foot at The Corinthian is a mere $49 – extremely cheap given the building’s amenities.

Midtown Apartments

Features and Amenities

Striking exterior of rounded columns banded with brick and glass
. Private, curved drive-through, lavishly planted, three quarter acre plaza with reflecting pool leads
to majestic canopied entrance
. Sumptuous lobby of rich woods, imported marble and fine works of art
. 180 degree bay windows in every living room
. Spectacular panoramic river and skyline views
. Separate dining galleries
. Gently curved entrance foyers
. Balcony off nearly every bedroom
. Extraordinarily generous closet space
. Gourmet granite kitchens
. Sumptuously appointed marble bathrooms
. Full service white glove 24 hour doorman and concierge service
. Valet services available
. 12,000 square foot private health club and spa available with 50 foot glass enclosed year round pool
. Private, landscaped, outdoor jogging track
. On-site, fully attended, 24 hour garage service available
. 7 elevators
. Diplomats Welcome. Pied-A-Terre Allowed. W/D Allowed. No Open Houses.
. One Dog Only.


The Murray Hill neighborhood combines charm and convenience. Cafes, bistros and gourmet restaurants abound. Numerous boutiques, specialty food stores and cinemas are in the immediate area. The corporate headquarters towers of the Grand Central area and midtown are in close proximity. There is easy, almost immediate access to the Midtown Tunnel and FDR Drive. The United Nations is just a few blocks north. The great NYU and Bellevue Medical Centers are a few blocks south. The lovely East River splanade, soon to be dramatically extended and improved, is a block to the East.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Value and location. For large, sun-drenched residences and great amenities. However, the fact that so many units are available at The Corinthian, which isn’t a new building, is a bit troubling…but the residences are oversized and in great condition.

150 East 57th Street

No Fee Apartments

150 East 57th Street is a luxury apartment rental building located in Midtown Manhattan. The building stretches an impressive 34 stories above 57th Street, and offers white glove service and state of the art amenities. The building features a stunning cascading granite waterfall adjacent architecturally significant lobby, and large residences that are drenched in sunlight thanks to the building’s glass facade.

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Units and Pricing

There are currently two No Fee Apartments available units for rent at 150 East 57th Street. The first is a one bedroom priced at $5,550/month; the second, a two bedroom listed for $6,250/month. The average price per square foot at 150 Easy 57th Street is just $64, which is fairly low given the Midtown neighborhood and the proximity to the land of office buildings.

150 East 57th Street

Features and Amenities

. Specially commissioned sculpture and art in lobby
. 24 Hour doorman and concierge
. Granite kitchens
. Marble baths
. Crown moldings
. Custom closetry throughout
. Resident only private health club
. Resident only 45’ skylit indoor pool
. Resident manager
. Spectacular North & South city views
. The privacy of only 5 apartments per floor
. Individual storage bin for each apartment
. Maid and valet service available Midtown Apartments


Surrounded by the best Manhattan has to offer in culture, commerce, shopping and dining, 150 East 57th is located in Midtown but is just a stone’s throw from the prestigious Upper East Side and all that comes with it.
Nearby amenities include: Carnegie Hall, art galleries, The Museum of Modern Art, Hermes, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Bulgari, Tiffany’s, Bloomingdale’s, Bloomberg, The Four Seasons Hotel, The Plaza Hotel, Burberry, Van Cleef, Central Synagogue, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Central Park.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

150 East 57th Street is a gorgeous building with hotel-like service. Live your life as though you’ve forever checked into a 5-star hotel, thanks to state of the art amenities and round the clock service. For just $64/square foot, this building is actually quite inexpensive for Midtown, especially given the proximity to the Upper East Side. Charming and pre-war it’s not, but 150 East 57th Street is a place where you can live like a queen.

The Vogue – 990 Sixth Avenue

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.

Museum Tower – 15 West 53rd Street

Museum Tower is a luxury apartment rental building located in the Midtown neighborhood of Manhattan. Museum Tower was completed in 1983 and designed by Cesar Pelli as part of a redesigned Museum of Modern Art complex. The 52 story tower includes six floors of museum activities and 240 apartments.The lobby of Museum Tower is home to six permanent art pieces, including work by Picasso and David Hockney. Museum Tower offers both rentals and condominiums, all of which enjoy the prestige that comes with living in the same place as movie star Nicholas Cage, who inhabited a top floor condo in the building a few years ago.

Units and Pricing

There are currently four available rental apartments at Museum Tower, all of which are one and two bedrooms. The smallest available unit is a one bedroom with 634 square feet. It is listed at $3,000/month. A much larger one bedroom, with 1,187 square feet, is listed at $4,950/month. Two bedroom apartments boast 2,250 square feet and are listed at a staggering $15,000/month. The average price per square foot at  Museum Tower is $68.

Features and Amenities

Apartments at Museum Tower feature floor to ceiling windows, hardwood floors, high ceiling, self-controlled heating and AC, spacious closets, stackable washer/dryer units and walk-out terraces. Kitchens are renovated and baths are done in marble. Residents enjoy a slew of amenities, from a 24-hour attended lobby and 24-hour concierge, a doorman, full-service garage and hotel service to laundry service, valet service, and video security. The building also features a health club, a bike room, a business/meeting room, a garden, private storage, a rooftop terrace and a sauna.


Museum Tower boasts the exquisite location of being part of the MoMA, one of the most famous museums in the world. The building sits in the heart of Midtown on 53rd Street, offering a world of amenities at the drop of a hat. It’s also just a few blocks from Central Park, Penn Station, Port Authority and a bevy of subway lines. Anywhere you need to go, anything you want to do – Museum Tower’s location allows you to go there and do it, quickly and easily.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

For starters, there’s the perk of sharing a home with a superstar like Nicholas Cage, who inhabited one of the building’s condominium units for years. Or, if you’re an art fanatic, there’s the whole “being attached to MoMA” thing, or the fact that the lobby features original David Hockey and Picasso pieces. The location is great, given the proximity to Midtown office buildings and transportation. 53rd Street itself is absolutely nothing special – but what surrounds it is. For a Midtown apartment, it doesn’t get much better than this.

Le Triomphe – 245 East 58th Street

Le Triomphe is a luxury apartment rental building located in the Sutton Place section of the Upper East Side. This 30 story building offers old New York elegance, with a granite lobby and 4 dramatic penthouse duplex apartments. The rest of the building’s one, two, and three bedroom apartments feature balconies and beautiful views in all directions. Amenities in Le Triomphe include a comfortable lounge, a dining/conference room, a 3,000 foot fitness facility, and an indoor pool.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no available units for rent at Le Triomphe, a testament to the popularity of the building. Previous units ranged in price from $3,100/month for a one bedroom, one bath unit with 688 square feet to an incredible $17,000/month for a five bedroom. The average price per square foot at Le Triomphe is a mere $48/square foot, a great deal given the Sutton Place neighborhood.

Features and Amenities

Le Triomphe offers one-bedroom apartments, junior fours, two-bedroom apartments and three-bedroom apartments, in addition to four duplex penthouse apartments, one of which has its own indoor pool. Most rental units offer private balconies and all offer hardwood floors, marble baths, generous closets and modern kitchens equipped with top-of-the-line General Electric appliances. Residents have exclusive access to The Club at Le Triomphe, which includes 3,000-square-foot fitness facility equipped with state-of-the-art Cybex strength training equipment; a children’s playroom with outdoor space; multiple sun decks; a comfortable communal lounge; conference spage; and a sun-drenched indoor pool. There is also a 24-hour doorman and concierge.


Le Triomphe is mere blocks from the city’s finest retail establishments – both Bloomingdale’s and the green design boutiques in the D&D Building are a short walk away — and its central location near the mass transit hub at 59th Street and the 4, 5, 6, N, and R subway trains puts the entire city within reach. Hip bars and several of the city’s finest restaurants are also nearby.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Le Triomphe offers oversized layouts, incredible amenities and a great location – all for just $48/square foot. Of course, you’ll have to wait for a current resident to vacate their apartment before you can get your foot in the door – but when that happens, run, don’t walk! These apartments are a great bang for your buck!

Riverbank West – 560 West 43rd Street

Riverbank West is a luxury apartment rental building located between West 42nd and West 43rd Streets, near 11th Avenue – just one block from the Hudson River. The 43 story high-rise building includes 418 studios, one- two- and three-bedroom luxury rental apartments, parking garage, retail shops and new amenities arriving in Q’1 2010 to include a swimming pool, media room, fitness center and resident lounge.  The building also features a gated red brick courtyard entry with fountain, newly renovated lobby and hallways and 24-hour, white-glove concierge/doorman services.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no available units at Riverbank West, a testament to the popularity of the building. Previous units ranged in price from $2,200 for a one bedroom, one bath with a bit over 600 square feet to $5,280/month for a three bedroom, two bath unit. The average price per square foot is $54.

Features and Amenities

Apartments at Riverbank West offer white on white on white kitchens with black granite countertops, parquet floors throughout and large windows. Kitchens are pass through ones with breakfast bars that overlook the common area; bedrooms are large and sunlit. Amenities at Riverbank West include a Crunch fitness center with Junior Olympic-size swimming pool, a Jacuzzi, weight-training and aerobics rooms, business center with high-speed Internet, conference room, and Prestige Valet.


Midtown West/Clinton is one of the hottest neighborhoods in the city these days, with new developments springing up left and right. With residential development comes  retail and food, so the neighborhood offers a bevy of bars, eateries, groceries and entertainment options. In addition to the local haunts, Riverbank West is located within walking distance of Times Square, home to the Great White Way of Broadway and pretty much every other entertainment option under the sun. In addition, the building’s proximity to Times Square means that residents have a variety of subways at their disposal.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Riverbank West offers large, luxury apartment rentals for just $54/square foot. The building’s proximity to the hustle and bustle of Midtown means a shorter morning commute. The amenities, which are new additions to Riverbank West, are gorgeous – the Olympic pool and Crunch gym are nothing to frown at.

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.