425 Fifth Avenue

Condo, Postwar
173 units
  • 173 RESIDENCES
  • 54 STORIES
  • BUILT 2003

The Details

About 425 Fifth Avenue

425 Fifth Avenue is a white glove condominium designed by world famous architect Michael Graves. The building features a gym, a lap pool, steam & sauna rooms, outdoor terrace, playroom, cinema room, business center and 24-hour concierge & doorman services.

key features
  • Concierge
  • Doorman
  • Central air
  • Central laundry room
  • Common courtyard
  • Common garden
  • Common roof deck
  • Common storage

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Get to know Midtown West

Roughly north of 34th Street, south of 57th, and west of Fifth Avenue, Midtown West is one of Manhattan’s most iconic neighborhoods. This is where you’ll find Times Square, Broadway theaters, and Bryant Park. Beyond the energy of those landmarks, simply strolling here is a walk through the New York that many people picture when they think of the city: Soaring skyscrapers looming above broad avenues, with yellow cabs looking for fares and sidewalks crowded with office workers and tourists. The most bustling portion of 42nd Street, between Times Square and Eighth Avenue, is in Midtown West, too. It has shed its unsavory past and now has a family-friendly atmosphere. If you want to make your home in the heart of the city, you’ll generally find residential buildings along the western edge of Midtown West, beginning around 8th Avenue, while hotels and office buildings dominate the eastern half of the neighborhood.

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