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Written by Rimmaa Doubinskaia, 5 years ago, 0 Comments

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Nestled in between the Theater District and Hudson River Park on 11th Avenue and 45th Street, Gotham West is an exciting new development in one of Manhattan’s fastest-growing neighborhoods.



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Designed by SLCE Architects and built in 2013, Gotham West stretches a full city block in the historic Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood, and has a beautiful brick and glass façade. Within the rental building’s 31 stories and 1.15 million square feet of space there are 1,404 luxury units, numerous indoor and outdoor spaces, and a full slate of amenities, including Gotham West Market—one of the most buzzed-about food destinations in NYC.

Zagat recently called Gotham West Market the city’s “hottest food hall.” The Market features eight premier artisan food purveyors in a spacious court with picnic table and bar seating. From authentic Mexican food at Choza Taqueria to world-renowned chef Ivan Orkin’s Tokyo-via-Long Island ramen to specialty coffee at Blue Bottle, the market is chock full of New York’s latest and trendiest foodstuffs. There’s also an on-site NYC Velo bike shop, the ultimate store for cycling enthusiasts.



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The apartments feature open floor plans with oversized windows, wide plank oak flooring, large bathroom vanities, custom lighting fixtures, full-length mirrored medicine cabinets, and chef’s kitchens with stainless steel Kitchen Aid appliances, honed absolute black granite counter tops and linen textured backsplashes. There are Bosch washer/dryer units in every apartment, while select homes come equipped with a built-in pantry and walk-in closets. Spacious studios have a separate sleeping nook and full kitchens. Residents also enjoy quiet views over Gotham West’s fully landscaped private courtyard, the Hudson River and the Midtown Manhattan skyline.


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The pet-friendly building’s amenities include a business center, game room, curated art gallery, health club with a cycling and yoga studio, a children’s playroom and outdoor playground, and an indoor parking garage. There’s a fully equipped demonstration kitchen where the Market’s chefs hold cooking classes and a daily continental breakfast is served. In addition to white-glove concierge services, there is a free bicycle porter and free shuttle services to the subway at Times Square. Outdoor amenities include a second-floor roof deck with a fireplace and a lavish 32nd-floor sky terrace with river views, sun beds, a misting wall and an open-air theater where private movie screenings are allowed.



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TOWN Residential currently has three listings in the building: a duo of two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments here and here, and a rare-find three-bedroom, two-bathroom home.


Written by: Rimmaa Doubinskaia