Midtown West Properties
- The Regent – 45 West 60th Street
- Hawthorn Park – 160 West 62nd Street
- The Encore – 175 West 60th Street
Midtown West Neighborhood
New York’s Midtown West neighborhood is a bustling collection of business, retail shops, residential dwellings and cultural attractions. If you are looking for convenience, a central location, easy access to some of New York’s hottest activities, consider living in one of our Midtown West buildings and immerse yourself in the neighborhood scene that is constantly evolving.
Emerald Green – 320 West 38th Street
The newest member of the Glenwood family, Emerald Green offers spacious apartments with lots of light and 9-foot ceilings, bay or corner windows, many with floor-to-ceiling glass. Modern kitchens are a chef’s dream with solid granite countertops and matching granite floors. The building boasts well-crafted public spaces, including a fitness center with a 50-foot lap pool, screening room, children’s playroom and more.
Crystal Green – 330 West 39th St
Crystal Green features an impressive entrance façade with marble and stone lobby featuring a wood coffered ceiling and cantilevered entrance marquis. The handsomely designed public spaces are the work of distinguished architectural designer, John Saladino. Sought-after amenities include State-of-the-art Fitness Center, a fully furnished lounge with kitchen facilities; a children’s playroom themed with colorful murals and a submarine; landscaped outdoor terrace with outdoor seating and decorative fountain; and a game room with pool table.
Midtown West Neighborhood Highlights
Also called the Great White Way, the Theatre District is the heart of New York’s Broadway scene. Running from 40th Street to 54th Street, this neighborhood includes Times Square and famous venues like the Nederlander, the Eugene O’Neill Theater, and Studio 54.
Named Top U.S. Tourist Destination in recent ranking by Forbes Traveler, Times Square is truly “the crossroads of the world.” This neighborhood offers a unique combination of creativity, energy and edge that attracts visitors from across the globe. It’s been an icon for entertainment, culture and urban life for over a century. And once a year, millions converge on Times Square for the famed “ball drop,” ushering in the new year.
The Time Warner Center
Located at Columbus Circle in the heart of Manhattan, the Time Warner Center is luxury New York City shopping at its best, delivering an experience where people dine, shop and find entertainment under one roof. This mixed-use building also features a hotel, Jazz at Lincoln Center, a Whole Foods Market condominiums, offices and The Time Warner World Headquarters.
In 1974, the Landmarks Preservation Commission designated Bryant Park as a Scenic Landmark, calling it “a prime example of a park designed in French Classical tradition…an urban amenity worthy of our civic pride.” Bryant Park features Citi Pond, used for ice skating for Oct.-March, pop-up Holiday Shops, the Bryant Park Grill and much more.
Museum of Modern Art
The MoMA, on 53rd Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenue, presents the most extensive and influential collection of modernist art in the world. Here you’ll find such enduring classics as van Gogh’s “the Starry Night,” Dali’s “the Persistence of Memory,” and Picasso’s “les Demoiselles d’Avignon.”
Madison Square Garden & Pennsylvania Station
Madison Square Garden is the City’s largest arena. It plays host to sold-out shows, professional and high-level amateur sports, and world-class musical acts. It is the home of the New York Knicks and the New York Rangers. The venue sits atop the City’s central hub of incoming and outgoing railroad transportation: Penn Station. One of the busiest locations in the entire country, these few city blocks serve hundreds of thousands of commuters, tourists, residents, and locals every day.