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The Residences At Worldwide Plaza (2Wwp)
350 West 50th Street, Clinton, Manhattan, NY 10019

Post-war Condo

268 units
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  • 268 residences
  • 39 stories
  • BUILT 1989

The Details About 350 West 50th Street

Worldwide Plaza is a white glove condominium occupying a city block in Midtown Manhattan. The building provides the most professional full-service staff including doorman, 24-hour concierge service, and 24-hour security. Among the many amenities it offers its tenants are TMPL health facility and on-site garage parking. The building has a courtyard for residents only with trees, gardens and sun ...

key features
  • Doorman
  • Concierge
  • Guarantors allowed
  • Exercise room
  • Elevators
  • Central laundry room

The Residences At Worldwide Plaza (2wwp) Units

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Get to know Hell’s Kitchen

Hell’s Kitchen stretches across a swath of Midtown Manhattan — north-south from 59th to 34th and east-west from 8th Avenue to the Hudson — with the personality to match its square mileage. This neighborhood, sometimes known by the milder name Clinton, has come a long way from the days when waterfront industries dominated. Though it is in a bit of a public transit desert, Hell’s Kitchen is near hubs like Times Square, Port Authority, and Columbus Circle. However, what it may lack in subways is more than made up for by charm. Due to zoning regulations set in the 1970s, most of the area — at least north of 42nd Street — has been excluded from luxury development. As a result, Hell’s Kitchen is characterized by its low-rise, six-story apartment buildings, which retain their original character. Despite little more than concrete separating them, Hell’s Kitchen offers a respite from the constant hustle of Midtown West and the in-your-face neon glow of Times Square.

Hell’s Kitchen Neighborhood Guide