425 Fifth Avenue
425 Fifth Avenue
425 Fifth Avenue has an awesome location on the Northeast corner of 38th and Fifth. Built in 2003 and designed by acclaimed architect, Michael Graves, with 178 units on 67 floors, One of the many attractive features of the building are the small floor plates with only a hand full of apartments on each floor. Another key feature of this building are the spectacular views some of the apartments enjoy – Empire State building, Wall Street and New York Harbor, North to Midtown and East onto the East River. Fully stocked with the requisite amenities – fitness center, indoor pool, children’s play room, public terrace & entertainment room, 425 Fifth Avenue does not disappoint.
With stunning views of the nearby Empire State building and other New York City attractions, it’s no surprise that 425 Fifth Avenue is ranked amongst the finest listing in Midtown South. Located at the corner of 38th Street and Fifth Avenue, this high-rise luxury building offers 54 floors with 178 units. In providing few apartments on each floor, 425 Fifth Avenue has an exclusive feel. Residents will be sure to find an array of high-quality features and fixtures throughout their homes as well as remarkable building amenities for them to enjoy.
This condominium offers spacious apartments for sale with amazing features such as hardwood floors, tall windows, and terraces for some. High-end stainless steel appliances, cherry wood cabinetry and granite countertops will be found in kitchens along with marble and italian features in bathrooms. The amenities at 425 Fifth Avenue ranks this luxury tower amongst the finest listings in New York City. Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, recreational facilities, sauna, indoor pool, outdoor patio, roof deck and so much more. Residents of 425 Fifth Avenue are right in the vicinity of finest restaurants and shopping as well as having easy access to a number of subway lines.
Neighborhood : Midtown East
Midtown Manhattan is the busiest single commercial district in the United States and ranks among the most intensely used pieces of real estate in the world. It is home to some of the city’s most iconic buildings, including the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, and the United Nations Headquarters. Read more…