Prewar Condo

20 units
  • 20 RESIDENCES
  • 17 STORIES
  • BUILT 1926

The Details About

This classic, art-deco loft building in Clinton was built in 1925 and was then listed in the National Architectural Trust. This condo is adorned with an arched entryway, decorative metal spandrels with abstract floral patterns and a series of dramatic setbacks on the upper floors. This condo features a 24-hour concierge, landscaped common roof terraces and basement storage.

key features
  • Doorman
  • Central air
  • Central laundry room
  • Common roof deck
  • Common terrace
  • Private storage

Get to know Clinton

Stretching across a swath of Midtown Manhattan—north-south from 59th to 34th and east-west from 8th Avenue to the Hudson—Clinton has the personality to match its square mileage. Classically known by the evocative name Hell’s Kitchen, the neighborhood has come a long way from the days when waterfront industries dominated. Though it is in a bit of a public transit desert, Clinton is near hubs like Times Square, Port Authority, and Columbus Circle. What it may lack in subways, however, is more than made 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, Clinton can be characterized by its low-rise, six-story apartment buildings, which retain their original character. Though little more than concrete separates them, Clinton offers a respite from the constant hustle of Midtown West and the in-your-face neon glow of Times Square.

Clinton Neighborhood Guide