Located on the far west side of 42nd St. with water and Midtown skyline views, this multi-amenity building from one of New York City’s top developers just turned 10 years old. Boasting outdoor tennis courts, a swimming pool, basketball court, children’s room, fitness center, roof deck, sun deck, and access to the West Side Highway, River Place has maintained one of the highest-level of in-house service of any luxury rental. The building has an on-site dry-cleaner, restaurant, parking garage, and is in the same complex as Lucky Strike bowling alley.
Apartments in the complex start at $2,490 for an alcove studio. One-bedrooms cost around $2,995 with two-bedrooms available immediately for $3,490 and $4,920. Apartments have over-sized rooms. Both units with Hudson River views and Midtown skyline views are available.
The neighborhood has seen an incredible increase in upscale residents in the past five years. Silver Towers, also from Silverstein Properties, has over 900 apartments spread across two towers. MiMA from Related Companies, is a rental complex that shares the corner of 42nd and Tenth Avenue with Yotel, a very hip urban hotel brand with a terrace bar and a hopping lobby bar and food scene. Once a no-man’s land, this section of Midtown West is a thriving Manhattan neighborhood.
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