510 West 52nd Street - Midtown West
This new development in New York was designed by Fox and Fowle to be environmentally friendly. The building spans 23 floors and contains 627 apartments, all accessible by elevator. This postwar high-rise, which is part of a complex, features red brick, slanted rooflines and angled sides. Within the complex is retail space as well as space for theaters and two landscaped through-blockades.
The apartments feature floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors and spacious closets. Self-controlled heating and cooling provide year-round comfort. Stackable washer and dryer units are an added convenience. Fully equipped kitchens offer granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and elegant wooden cabinetry. Dishwashers are provided in each unit. Luxurious bathrooms come replete with soaking tubs and are accented by smooth marble and stainless steel.
Services and amenities abound in this new development, with a full-service 24-hour concierge to meet every need, a full-service garage, valet service, doorman and attended lobby. Tenant safety is addressed by the installation of video security. Amenities abound in this luxury development, with a bike room, fitness center and health club, garden, library, lounge, laundry on every floor, private storage, screening room, and roof deck.
510 West 52nd Street is set in the prime location of Clinton Midtown West. It towers over the nearby low-rise buildings, affording unparalleled views of Midtown Manhattan and the Hudson River. It is close to the iconic Times Square, as well as the Theatre District, restaurants on 9th Avenue, and shops at Columbus Circle. Many entertainment options are available to tenants living in this area.
- 24-hour Doorman and Concierge
- Close to Shopping and Dining Spots
- Full Service Garage
- Fully Equipped Fitness Center
- Great Subway Connections
- Many Balconies
- Unparalleled Views of Manhattan and Hudson River
- Extreme Amount of Apartments
- American Musical and Dramatic Academy
- John Jay College of Criminal Justice
- Touro College
- Central Park
- De Witt Clinton Park
- Whole Foods