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About 550 W 45th St New York, NY 10036
Hottest new rental building. All homes feature stainless steel appliances, custom lighting fixtures and vanities, plus washer dryers, and wide plank oak flooring.
At this building your home extends beyond your four walls with a variety of exclusive indoor and outdoor spaces designed to match the dynamic New York lifestyle: a game room to unwind, a test kitchen for building sponsored cooking classes, a curated art gallery, a business center, and an unrivaled health club with spinning and yoga classes offered daily. The building's architectural details connect the indoors with large landscaped outdoor areas with functional areas ranging from The Perch – a serene second floor hide-away overlooking a large private courtyard – to a more intimate sky lounge that opens onto a roof deck with movie screen, misting wall, and places to socialize while overlooking the Hudson River. Life is easy with concierge services, breakfast offered weekdays and shuttle service available during rush hour.
• Private fully landscaped courtyard
• 2nd Floor Roof deck with a fireplace
• 32nd Floor Sky Terrace with Hudson River views
• Outdoor movie theater and misting wall
• Business Center
• Game Room
• Curated art gallery with rotating exhibits
• Fully-equipped Demonstration Kitchen with
• Continental daily breakfast
• Health Club with a cycling & yoga studio
• Playroom & Outdoor Playground
• Indoor Parking garage
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.