One River Place
1 River Place - Midtown West
One River Place is a sleek and attractive luxury New York Rental built in 2000 and designed by the famed Costas Kondylis. Located in the Clinton Midtown West area, One River Place is a 41-story glass tower that houses 920 apartments, all of which have stunning river or city views.
Apartments at One River Place offer nearly every amenity a prospective tenant could want. Floor-to-ceiling windows let in the natural light and frame the amazing city and Hudson River views, while hardwood flooring lends an added touch of glamour. All apartments have self-controlled heating and cooling as well as spacious closets as an added convenience. Kitchens are fully equipped and even contain dishwashers. The marble baths are truly exquisite and feature a soaking tub and stainless steel fixtures.
One River Place has several unique and luxurious amenities, including the year-round Olympic pool, state-of-the-art fitness center, two outdoor tennis courts, an indoor basketball court, a golf practice green and a billiards room. Bike storage makes taking advantage of the bike paths at Hudson River Park fun and easy. Services abound at One River Place, with 24-hour concierge, doorman, attended lobby, full-service garage, valet and laundry services. Pet lovers will appreciate that One River Place does allow pets up to fifty pounds.
Residents at One River Place enjoy a central Clinton Midtown West location overlooking the Hudson River. Pet-owning tenants appreciate the proximity to the dog park along 41st Street.
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- 200-car Full Service Parking Garage
- 24-hour Attended Lobby
- 24-hour Doorman and Concierge
- Billiards and Golf Practice Green Rooms
- Breathtaking Views of City Landscape and Hudson River
- Elegant Lobby
- Full-court Basketball
- Glass-Enclosed Olympic pool
- Landscaped Park and Café
- Lucky Strike Bowling Lounge
- Sauna and Steam Rooms
- State of the Art Fitness Center
- Two Outdoor Tennis Courts
- Far from Subways
- No Balconies
- Jacob K. Javits Center