635 West 42nd Street, #14K

Condo | rented
Between Eleventh Avenue and Twelfth Avenue
WEB ID: 2742869
    • 1 BEDS
    • 1 BATHS
    • 579 APPROX. SQFT
    • POST-WAR
    • BUILT 2005

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    About 635 West 42nd Street, #14K

    FIND A NEW HOME IN ATELIER This immaculate Junior-1 bedroom is in pristine condition. Fully furnished and equipped kitchen features designer chef's kitchen with Bosch gas cook top, microwave, and dishwasher, stainless steel windowed Subzero refrigerator, white quartz granite counter top and polished white marble back splash. Luxurious marble bathroom boasting the finest materials and finishes w...

    key features
    • Concierge
    • Doorman
    • Elevator
    • Furnished
    • Full city view
    • Partial river view
    • Central air
    • Dishwasher
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    The stretch of Manhattan’s Midtown from roughly Ninth Avenue to the Hudson was long known by the colorful (though no longer accurate) name of Hell’s Kitchen. While its past was shaped by the rough world of riverfront piers, that period in its history began to draw to a close after World War II. Today, it is better known for its restaurants catering to theatergoers and lounges pouring handcrafted cocktails. Perhaps the most surprising aspect of Clinton today is that it has managed to fly under the radar compared to its neighbors — Chelsea, Midtown, and the Upper West Side. That has begun to change thanks to developments like River Place, which opened in 2009, and the more recent Charlie West (designed by ODA New York) and Mercedes House (by Enrique Norten). The Hudson Yards development, just to the south of Clinton, will likely increase interest in the neighborhood.

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    The Atelier

    635 West 42nd Street

    Apartment Building in Clinton

    Between Eleventh Avenue and Twelfth Avenue

    478 UNITS
    46 STORIES
    2005 BUILT