The Metro is a luxury New York rental located in the highly desirable Clinton Midtown West area. Built in 1980, the Metro features Cetra/Ruddy Incorporated as the architect and PRC Management as the management. The building features an amazing built-out entrance, letting residents know as soon as they arrive that the Metro is clearly all about luxury. That trend is continued in the elegantly appointed marble lobby, in the public spaces and especially in the residences themselves. The Metro is a postwar high-rise that spans 25 floors and encompasses 264 luxury apartments, all of which are easily accessible via elevator.
Apartments at the Metro feature generously oversized UV-coated soundproof windows, which allow natural light and stunning river and city views to fill the space. Dark hardwood flooring throughout is sleek and sophisticated and blends seamlessly with any interior design scheme, whether it be traditional or contemporary. Stackable washer and dryer units are an additional convenience. Kitchens are fully equipped with stainless steel appliances, including dishwashers, and are accented by sleek granite countertops and wooden cabinetry. The baths are equally elegant with mahogany and marble vanities and Kohler fixtures.
Other New York rentals can't hold a flame to the Metro in terms of services and amenities. Services include a round-the-clock concierge, doorman and attended lobby, as well as a full-service garage and laundry and valet services. Video security is provided as an added safety measure. There is a resident superintendent to see to all residents’ cares. The residents can also enjoy the on-site fitness center outfitted with top-of-the-line equipment. There's also a pleasant roof deck and garden to relax with a good book, sunbathe or just enjoy the surroundings. An on-site laundry room is an added convenience.
The Metro enjoys a central Clinton Midtown West location close to many iconic attractions, such as Times Square, Rockefeller Plaza, Carnegie Hall, the Theatre District and Restaurant Row. With all of that and more within easy distance, it is unlikely residents of the Metro will be looking very hard for something enjoyable to do.