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|Beds||Baths||# of Units||Average SF|
|1 Bed 1 Bed 1 Br||1 Bath 1 Bath 1 Ba||1||700 SF|
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|2 Beds 2 Beds 2 Beds||9901 Sq Ft||$2,475||$4,721||$18,000|
|3 Beds 3 Beds 3 Beds||1079 Sq Ft||$2,800||$6,122||$25,000|
|4 Beds 4 Beds 4 Beds||1153 Sq Ft||$4,200||$7,310||$40,000|
About 535 W 43rd St New York, NY 10036
No Fee Terrific one bed with separate dining alcove. Good light and spacious. New, Boutique Development! Call, text, email to view, 646 409 6447. A haven forged in the heart of Midtown west. Intimate and warm, its sunlit courtyards, rooftop gardens and skyline views offer a sanctuary from the city. A bold vision where masterful architecture and innovative amenities result in a building whose boutique scale and artful design deliver a higher quality of life. More than an addressit's a way of addressing life. Designed by the architects CetraRuddy, its exquisite residences feature: – 5 inch Oak flooring – Walk-In Closets In Many Units – Washer & Dryer – Individually Controlled Heating & Cooling – Blomberg Refrigerator – GE Dishwasher, Cooktop, Oven & Microwave – Caesarstone Countertops – Kohler and Toto Bathroom Fixtures – Porcelain Tile Walls & Floors Amenities include approximately 28,000sf of space throughout the property encompassing: – Two Landscaped Rooftops w/ BBQ, Dining, Sunbathing and Gathering Space – Two Landscaped Courtyards – Fitness Center W/ Yoga Area – Game Room – Media Screening Room – Demonstration Kitchen – Children's Playroom – Pet Spa – Wi-Fi In All Common Areas – Resident Storage Areas – 24 Hour Attended Lobby Leasing Gallery Open Daily *Price Advertised Includes 2 Months Free On 14 Month Lease
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Dogs and Cats Allowed
- 12 Months
Neighborhood - Hell's Kitchen
The name “Hell’s Kitchen” conjures up some pretty unsavory connotations, but the neighborhood moniker is a leftover from many decades past; since the early 1980s, Hell’s Kitchen has undergone substantial improvements, and today it is considered one of the safest and most in-demand areas of the city (image-conscious residents sometimes refer to this area as “Clinton”).
Today, Hell’s Kitchen is defined by upscale new and refurbished residential buildings, though rental rates are still quite competitive for Manhattan. A vibrant collective of restaurants, bars, and art centers cater to the eclectic tastes of the locals. Numerous public parks are spread throughout the community, particularly the large De Witt Clinton Park near the waterfront, and Central Park is very close at hand as well.