Ground has already been broken, and construction is currently underway on Cetraruddy Architects’ newest luxury, residential condominiums. The massive structure, soon to be known as 535 W. 43rd Street, will feature 280 apartments as well as additional space for the building’s numerous world-class amenities. The Hell’s Kitchen apartments, which range in size from studios to two bedrooms, are sleek and modern, offering both comfort and convenience for its residents. Add the building’s many state-of-the-art features to the benefits of living in a neighborhood as lively, yet secluded, as the 11th Avenue side of Hell’s Kitchen, and residents will realize this is one of the city’s top living options available for sale today.
There’s a reason that Hell’s Kitchen continues to be an attractive neighborhood for everyone from young professionals to more established New Yorkers who have settled in the area to make the most of their golden years.
Foodies, fashionistas and lovers of the arts will be satisfied by the number of nearby options that will appeal to their tastes. Residents can start their night off at one of the area’s many critically-acclaimed, celebrity chef-run restaurants such as Todd English’s Ca Va Brasserie, or The Lambs Club, an upscale eatery headed by Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian and located inside the renowned Chatwal Hotel. After dining on tasting menus accompanied by rare wine pairings, visit one of the vibrant Theatre District’s numerous Broadway houses where Tony Award-winning plays and spectacular musicals are performed nightly. Afterward, enjoy a nightcap at the romantic and dimly lit BEA, a spot known for it’s top-notch mixologists and unique specialty cocktails.
Those who need their own green space will find comfort in the neighborhood’s numerous parks ranging in size from the pint-sized, yet beautiful, Hell’s Kitchen Park which is less than an acre in size, to the much vaster Hudson River Park which runs along the island’s edge, offering picturesque views of the Hudson waterfront. Avid joggers, dog walkers and bikers will especially appreciate the paved pathways that make navigating a breeze. Hudson River Park is also home to a number of the city’s best summer festivals and live concert series including JBL Live at Pier 97 where up and coming artists like Lorde, Capital Cities and Action Bronson have all taken the stage.