Midtown West is characterised by its imposing two-towered buildings soaring above the canopy of trees lining the West Side of Central Park, an abundance of green space, the limelights of Broadway and the neon lights of Times Square.
This superb purpose built studio with balcony is in the heart of Midtown West. Reaping the benefits of being a considered new build, there is no need to compromise on the usability of your space. Spectacularly open plan with huge windows the whole place is beaming.
Chocolate coloured hard wood floors, sleek neutral finishes, and brushed chrome and slate add to the indisputable quality that is tangible inside this studio. No expense has been spared on ensuring that the bathroom and kitchen exceed guest’s expectations. This luxurious, intuitive and attractive apartment is an A-list base to explore an A-list town.
The balcony is wide enough to accommodate a couple of small chairs for an alfresco nightcap perhaps.
Midtown Manhattan is an iconic district and Hollywood star. In fact, many of Midtowns most memorable features are so prominent on the silver screen that in visiting them for the first time you’re likely to feel in the company of old friends.
In the 1920’s the race was on to become the tallest building in the world. By 1930 the completion of the stunning Chrysler Building whose sparkling crown and automotive gargoyles exemplify the Machine Age, stole the title. 11 months later, at 443 metres in height the Empire State Building stole the accolade and held on to it for the next 40 years. Today its observation deck offers stunning views of the whole of Manhattan.
Three weeks after Times Square’s very own Subway Station opened in April 1904, the first electrified advertisement appeared. In the 20’s the buzz of bulbs lit the square and for a moment this place felt like the top of the world. Today, though bulbs have largely been replaced with HD screens; Times Square is a sight to behold.