In the heart of Midtown West lies a modernly-constructed high-rise building that is 41 stories high. 420 West 42nd Street has a striking edifice with pronounced and irregular stripes of blue and white, that is designed by Hugh Hardy of Hardy Holtzman Pfeiffer Architects.
The building has tended to use more glass as well as the blue palette. Its apartments are designed with the widespread use of bay and corner windows. The first three floors contain a 499-seat Off Broadway Theater, and the developers of this building have renovated five more theaters nearby.
The residential units are made up of 209 apartments. Each unit is outfitted with hardwood floors, high ceilings, and huge closet spaces, including a walk-in closet. The kitchen is separated from the rest of the room by a granite counter top. It is also equipped with stainless steel appliances and wood cabinetry. Its bathrooms have marble finishes and polished chrome fixtures. Selected units even have outdoor spaces.
The building has an array of other amenities both for necessities and recreational purposes. It is wired with high-speed Internet, has an ATM, laundry room, and indoor parking spaces. Additional amenities are a fitness center and a landscaped roof deck. 420 West 42nd Street also has an attended lobby with doorman.
Its location is convenient as it is close to about 10 subway lines, and there are also a great many restaurants and landmarks around the area.