Your favorite neighborhood is about to get even more interesting. The upcoming luxury Midtown Manhattan apartment building 555TEN is all about the amenities. Once complete, the 52-story building will have its own rooftop deck and pool, a yoga studio, children’s playroom, indoor bike storage, and a private club room for residents. A covered dog park offers the ideal scenario for canines and their families—an outdoor space for dogs that stays dry even during inclement weather.
With a prime location—555 10th Avenue—your home is close to all the theatrical action on and off Broadway. Just a brief walk away, Playwrights Horizons offers six productions annually. Six works produced here have earned the Pulitzer Prize, so it’s no small wonder that The New York Times’ Charles Isherwood calls Playwrights Horizons “a mainstay of off-Broadway.” Take in a performance of Dan LeFranc’s Rancho Viejo—about a failing marriage that impacts the lives of the couple’s parents and community many miles away—or Adam Bock’s A Life—a show featuring David Hyde Pierce as a lonely man who turns to astrology for answers to his life’s toughest question.
Steps away, Theatre Row offers The United Solo Theatre Festival—a months-long event that offers more than 100 theatrical performances, each featuring only one person on stage. This year’s series welcomes performers from eighteen countries spanning six continents. Take the entire family to Acorn Theatre at Theatre Row for the critically acclaimed The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show, a puppet-based adaptation of four children’s stories by Eric Carle. These are only a few of the theatrical options in the neighborhood, so you’ll never have to travel far to get your fill of stage-based satisfaction.