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Rooftop Bars in Hell’s Kitchen

Living at 555TEN’s Midtown West luxury rentals comes with a host of perks, but perhaps none as delightful as living around the corner from some of the city’s most sought-after rooftop lounges and bars. Whether it’s the lively Social Drink & Food, the chic Starchild, or the stunning High Bar NYC, residents can enjoy unforgettable evenings without straying too far from home.

Social Drink & Food | 570 Tenth Avenue

Perched atop the neon-lit Yotel Hotel in Midtown, Social Drink & Food offers a vibrant rooftop experience. The 7,000-square-foot terrace boasts 1960s-inspired decor, with colorful circle chairs and exotic dragon trees. Indulge in seasonal craft cocktails like rosewater martinis and chai-spiced old fashioneds, paired with Mediterranean street-style snacks like charred eggplant flatbreads and Moroccan-spiced nuts. This indoor-outdoor spot is perfect for soaking up the city views while savoring tasty drinks and bites.

But that’s not all — Social Drink & Food is set to host an exciting lineup of events this summer. Join them for a unique yoga brunch experience, featuring a 60-minute class led by Smiling Yogi, followed by a refreshing mimosa and brunch. Additionally, every Friday starting May 24, the rooftop will come alive with Sunset Disco Rooftop Parties, where you can enjoy amazing views of Times Square, fabulous food and drink, and good vibes, all while grooving to a live DJ.

Starchild | 305 West 48th Street

For those looking to continue their rooftop adventures with a more elevated, nightlife-focused experience, Starchild is the perfect next stop. This chic lounge boasts a retractable roof that allows for year-round enjoyment, but Starchild takes things to new heights — literally. Ascending 27 stories above Midtown, the bar offers stunning panoramic views of the city skyline, which can be enjoyed from both the climate-controlled interior and the open-air terrace, tastefully decorated with plush pillows and small mirrors adorning the walls. Starchild’s cocktail menu is equally impressive, with a diverse array of espresso martinis like The Jolt (Diplomatico Rum, Mr. Black Coffee Liqueur) and The Scorch (Tanteo Habañero, Patron Reposado), perfect for fueling up before hitting the dance floor. Complement your drinks with delectable bar snacks like chips and caviar or a classic Margherita pizza, and let the custom Funktion-One sound system carry you away, as DJs spin everything from classic house to Top 40 hits.

High Bar NYC | 346 West 40th Street

Just east of Hell’s Kitchen, High Bar NYC offers a stunning rooftop experience that’s worth venturing slightly outside the neighborhood for. This spacious lounge boasts a 360-degree view of the Manhattan skyline, allowing guests to marvel at the city’s most famous landmarks. The interior is a work of art, with intricate geometric designs, walnut herringbone floors, and walls glimmering with custom laser-cut mercury mirror bricks. Luxuriate in stroke-painted velvet chairs while enjoying high-end cocktails like the Caribbean Cosmo, a piquant blend of Double Cross Vodka, Cointreau, hibiscus syrup, pineapple, fresh lime, and prosecco.

Relaxing nights in the sky-high lounges of Midtown West are just moments away for residents of these NYC luxury apartments for rent. Learn more and check on availability by contacting our leasing team.

Art on the High Line

The High Line is more than just a New York City park; it’s a piece of the city’s industrial history, repurposed to provide green space and enhance the urban environment. This unique elevated park invites locals and visitors to ascend and find respite amid the urban frenzy. As you step onto the walkway, get ready for an adventure, because there are delightful surprises at every turn — ever-changing art installations, seasonal flora, and breathtaking city views create a dynamic sensory experience.

For residents of the 555TEN Midtown rentals, the High Line serves as a natural corridor with direct access from the newly opened Moynihan Connector, an extension to the High Line that runs along 30th Street and leads into Moynihan Train Hall. Here, the luxury of urban living meets the wonder of nature, wrapped in the city’s creative spirit.

Constructed along a historic freight rail line, and thoughtfully integrating nature into the urban landscape, the High Line is a 1.45-mile city park emphasizing sustainability and biodiversity. The park — lined with greenery, including indigenous perennials, grasses, shrubs, and trees — cleverly incorporates elements of its past, including remnants of the old tracks. This design transforms the once-abandoned railway into a lush refuge within the city, offering a dynamic cultural platform and a space for New Yorkers and visitors to engage with nature and contemporary art.

Artworks, curated to complement the natural setting, dot the walkway, enhancing the visitor experience with sculptures, installations, and murals from established and emerging artists. Here are a few outstanding pieces:

Pause at Pamela Rosenkranz’s “Old Tree” at the Spur at 30th Street and 10th Avenue. This visually stunning 25-foot-tall red-and-pink electric sculpture, on display through fall 2024, mirrors the intricate branching systems of human anatomy and circulatory networks. “Old Tree” invites viewers to explore the profound connection between humanity and nature, symbolizing the ancient wisdom inherent in human evolution and envisioning a future where synthetic materials seamlessly integrate with the natural world.

At Little West 12th Street, you can find Kapwani Kiwanga’s “On Growth,” on view through October 2024. This mesmerizing sculpture features a fern encased in multifaceted dichroic glass, which captures and transforms light into a kaleidoscope of color. The piece references early terrariums used to transport and protect plants as they traveled from far-off places to Europe in the 19th century. It also reflects on the colonial history of botanical nurseries that shaped modern plant science and horticulture.

Displayed at 17th Street through August 2024, Cosima von Bonin’s “WHAT IF THEY BARK?” brings a touch of whimsy to the park. This installation features a quirky ensemble of fish rising above the park’s iconic 10th Avenue Square. These piscine performers, dressed in costumes, strike a pose as a band, complete with musical instruments. Perched atop the railing of the Sunken Overlook, these fishy figures seem to serenade visitors below with the gentle rhythms of the city’s heartbeat.

Interested in living in a vibrant community in the heart of Manhattan, where urban luxury meets the creative spirit of the city? Contact our team today to explore the possibilities of residing at the 555TEN apartments for rent in Manhattan, and embark on a journey where city living reaches new heights.

Take a Bite Out of the Hudson Yards

In Midtown Manhattan, 555TEN symbolizes contemporary elegance, merging sophisticated living with modern convenience. This distinguished residential complex is more than an exclusive address — it’s a bridge to Hudson Yards, New York City’s groundbreaking urban endeavor.

Hudson Yards embodies an innovative blend of architectural excellence and cultural richness spanning an impressive 28 acres. Residents of 555TEN with access to this district enjoy a premium selection of shops, restaurants, and entertainment. The connection between the 555TEN Midtown luxury rentals and Hudson Yards enhances the residential experience, reinventing city living by providing its occupants with a front-row seat to the city’s finest amenities.

Adding to the allure of 555TEN, the culinary landscape of Hudson Yards presents a compelling narrative, offering a range of dining options. Three restaurants capture the excellence of Hudson Yards’ gastronomic essence. We’ll explore them along with the contributions and the distinctive experiences they bring to this vibrant dining scene.

Mercado Little Spain | 10 Hudson Yards

We begin at ground level with Mercado Little Spain, located within the Hudson Yards’ Shops and Restaurants section. This immersive experience invites guests to delve into an extensive selection of Spanish fare presented through a collection of kiosks, bars, and restaurants. Each offers a unique glimpse into Spain’s rich culinary traditions, and the entire space pulsates with the energy of a bustling Spanish market. Here, authenticity meets exploration, creating a kaleidoscope of delights that capture the characteristic flavors of Spain. Spearheaded by chef José Andrés, in collaboration with Albert and Ferran Adrià, Mercado Little Spain is more than a market — it’s a celebration of Spanish culture.

Peak | 30 Hudson Yards

Next, ascend from the animated ambience at street level to the 101st floor of 30 Hudson Yards, where the atmosphere transforms into refined elegance at Peak. Chef Rose Noel and her team present an elevated dining experience harmoniously integrating breathtaking views of New York City’s skyline with a contemporary American menu that emphasizes seasonal and locally sourced ingredients. Atop a 1,296-foot architectural marvel, this remarkable venue welcomes guests to savor exquisite cuisine and cocktails in a truly rarefied location.

BondSt | 20 Hudson Yards

Located on the 5th floor of 20 Hudson Yards, BondSt offers a journey into the nuanced world of Japanese cuisine. Originating from its chic NoHo roots, BondSt at Hudson Yards maintains an atmosphere of minimalist elegance and understated style, perfectly complementing the artistry of its cuisine. Here, guests can explore a Japanese-inspired menu that melds traditional dishes with innovative culinary creations. Reflecting the charm of its original location, BondSt continues to attract those who appreciate the creativity of its food and relish the vibrant and engaging atmosphere that is synonymous with the establishment.

Live in the sophistication of the 555TEN Midtown luxury rentals, where the experience is elevated by proximity to Hudson Yards. Here, just moments away from your door, you can indulge in extraordinary cuisine that will define your day. For more information, or to schedule a tour, please contact a member of our team.

Visit The Museum at FIT

As a resident of 555TEN, where attention to detail and luxury is evident in every aspect of the building, you have access to a wealth of cultural experiences. One such experience is the chance to explore the fascinating world of fashion at The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT). Just as 555TEN’s residences showcase the best in modern living, this acclaimed institution offers a unique perspective on the art and history of clothing design through its extensive collection and engaging exhibitions.

The Museum at FIT, founded in 1969 as the Design Laboratory, has grown from its initial role of supporting the educational programs at FIT to become a leading institution in the world of fashion. The museum began presenting exhibitions in the 1970s, initially relying on a collection on long-term loan from the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Over the years, it has acquired its own collection, which includes garments and accessories as well as a vast array of textiles and other fashion-related materials.

The Museum at FIT’s collections are a testament to its dedication to preserving and showcasing the history and artistry of fashion. The permanent collection boasts over 50,000 garments and accessories, spanning from the 18th century to the present day, with a strong emphasis on modern and contemporary women’s fashion. The museum proudly displays works by some of the most influential names in fashion history, such as Balenciaga, Chanel, Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, and avant-garde designers like Rei Kawakubo and Rick Owens. The accessories collection is equally impressive, featuring approximately 15,000 objects, including more than 4,000 pairs of shoes and 3,000 hats. The textile collection is a treasure trove of over 30,000 pieces, ranging from the fifth century to the present, showcasing the works of renowned artists and designers, such as William Morris, Salvador Dali, and Junichi Arai. A photography archive adds another dimension to the museum’s holdings, with works by iconic fashion photographers Louise Dahl-Wolfe and John Rawlings.

The Museum at FIT’s current exhibition, “Statement Sleeves,” curated by Colleen Hill, showcases the creative potential and historical significance of this often-overlooked garment element. The exhibition features nearly 80 pieces from the museum’s permanent collection, many on display for the first time, highlighting the works of renowned designers such as Balenciaga, Tom Ford, Schiaparelli, and Vivienne Westwood. Organized thematically rather than chronologically, the exhibition delves into the various ways in which sleeves have served as a mode of self-expression, reflected fashion trends, and signified status, taste, and personality throughout history. From the introductory section, “Fundamental Forms,” which provides an overview of basic sleeve shapes, to the more elaborate and avant-garde designs showcased in sections like “Puffs and Folds,” “Pleats and Ruffles,” and “Embellishment and Adornment,” visitors are taken on a journey through the evolution and innovation of sleeve design. The exhibition also explores the functionality and adaptability of sleeves in the “Performance and Purpose” section, featuring garments ranging from a restrictive 19th century dolman coat to contemporary designer Lucy Jones’ inclusive designs for wheelchair users and people of diverse abilities.

With its impressive collection and thought-provoking exhibitions, The Museum at FIT is a must-visit destination for residents of 555TEN’s Midtown West rentals who appreciate the art and history of fashion.

At the Hub of Transportation, Explore the City

Residing at the 555TEN Midtown West rentals means being close to the center of New York’s transportation network. With proximity to the Times Square–42nd Street subway station, Penn Station, and the 42nd Street–Port Authority Bus Terminal, residents have easy access to local and regional transit options. Whether commuting within the city, planning a trip to the Jersey Shore, or traveling to cities like Boston, Philadelphia, or Washington, D.C., 555TEN’s strategic location simplifies travel for work, leisure, or exploration, connecting you efficiently to the broader Mid-Atlantic region and beyond.

Times Square–42nd Street Subway Station: A Portal to New York City

The New York City subway system is an intricate network connecting diverse neighborhoods, iconic landmarks, and significant points of interest. The Times Square–42nd Street station is particularly notable, serving as a crucial hub with multiple line connections, facilitating easy access to Manhattan’s core. This station also offers direct links to Grand Central Terminal, which is renowned for its architectural splendor and serves as a central point for Metro-North Railroad services.

For cultural enthusiasts, the subway is a gateway to the Upper East Side’s Museum Mile, home to several of the city’s renowned museums. Shoppers can alight at 34th Street–Herald Square to visit the iconic Macy’s store, while nature lovers might prefer the 59th Street–Columbus Circle stop, offering a pathway to Central Park’s southwestern areas. The subway system stands as a reliable means to navigate New York City’s breadth, offering a window into its varied urban tapestry.

Penn Station: Your Conduit to the Northeast and Beyond

Penn Station is a key node in New York’s extensive rail system, providing access to a multitude of destinations. It’s the place to start if you’re venturing to the lively streets of Boston, exploring the historical richness of Philadelphia, or touring the landmarks of Washington, D.C. The station’s connectivity, facilitated by Amtrak, NJ Transit, and the Long Island Rail Road, makes it a reliable and convenient choice for all travelers. Whether your journey is for business purposes or leisurely exploration, Penn Station simplifies your travel with its efficient network. It’s not merely a station; it’s a pivotal gateway to the Northeast corridor, seamlessly connecting you to the broader expanse of the region and ensuring your travels are smooth and hassle-free.

42nd Street–Port Authority Bus Terminal: A Gateway to Regional Adventures

The 42nd Street–Port Authority Bus Terminal serves as a pivotal center for bus travel, connecting passengers with a wide array of destinations both near and far. From this active terminal, travelers can set off to the scenic Catskills, unwind on the beaches of the Jersey Shore, or delve into the charm of the Hudson Valley. It stands as an essential link for those seeking respite from the city’s bustle, offering varied options for day trips, weekend escapes, or longer expeditions.

Residents of the NYC luxury rentals at 555TEN have a multitude of travel options within and from Manhattan right at their doorstep. With subways, trains, and buses all within easy reach, they’re perfectly poised to zip around the city and beyond, making every journey as easy as a day in the park.

Health & Wellness at 555TEN

As the city shakes off the chill of winter and welcomes the warmth of spring, 555TEN’s NYC Midtown West luxury rentals stand ready, offering a singular living experience designed to delight and surprise. From exclusive leisure activities to innovative fitness options, 555TEN provides a unique blend of pleasures and perks that cater to every resident’s desire for comfort and convenience. Let’s explore this unique collection of amenities and learn what makes it a hallmark of renewal in Manhattan.

SKYTOP: Elevated Outdoor Bliss

With the temperatures rising, the SKYTOP at 555TEN offers an unparalleled luxury experience, elevating your comfort and style to new heights. Positioned 56 stories high, this rooftop terrace features an all-season clubroom and bar, sundeck, and seasonal pool. These exquisite vantage points are perfect for soaking up the sun and reveling in the NYC cityscape on a clear spring day.

While it may be too cool for a dip in the pool, the indoor/outdoor fireplace is a unique focal point within SKYTOP, especially when enjoyed on cooler nights as the weather transitions. The fireplace is an inviting centerpiece for relaxing and socializing, no matter what the temperature. Here, in the warmth and glow of the fire, residents can enjoy forging new friendships or rekindling old ones against the backdrop of the city’s sparkling lights.

555PLAY: Your Private Entertainment Hub

Ready to unwind and have some fun? The building’s entertainment center, impervious to the whims of weather, provides a host of activities for residents of all ages.

Imagine having a private bowling alley at your disposal, ideal for organizing events or engaging in spontaneous play. Here, a strike acknowledges your skill, and a spare suggests that perfection isn’t always necessary. Slip on those bowling shoes and remember that every roll offers a moment to excel or share a laugh — and on occasion, you’ll do both.

In the arcade, brimming with games for everyone, excitement stems not just from gameplay but also from the thrill of encountering new challenges and revisiting timeless classics.

For younger residents, the children’s playroom is a realm of discovery and exploration. It’s a space where creativity is nurtured, friendships are forged, and every visit presents an opportunity for adventure.

The Fitness Center: Rejuvenate, Revitalize, and Relax

Embrace the upcoming season of renewal at 555TEN’s cutting-edge fitness center. Whether you prefer aquatic workouts in the indoor saltwater lap pool, strength training, or participating in a variety of classes, including spin and boxing, in a private studio, this center caters to all fitness preferences. The facility promotes overall health and wellness, offering a thorough and engaging workout experience.

Cycling Made Easy: Comprehensive Bike Amenities

Spring in NYC is synonymous with cycling, and 555TEN supports this eco-friendly passion with its fully equipped indoor bike service station and storage. This feature ensures that your cycling experience is seamless, and provides tools for maintenance and secure storage. It’s a hub for cycling enthusiasts, encouraging a community centered around a healthy, active lifestyle.

As NYC bursts into bloom, 555TEN’s bespoke amenities provide a lifestyle steeped in luxury, entertainment, and well-being that harmonizes with the rejuvenating essence of spring. Here, residents can savor a vibrant living experience enhanced by the season’s vitality. For more information, or to inquire about availability, please contact a member of our leasing team.

International Cuisine in Hell’s Kitchen

Hell’s Kitchen easily maintains its unapologetic, no-frills attitude, offering a genuine New York City experience that is like no other. This authenticity informs the neighborhood’s culinary landscape, making it a bastion for food enthusiasts seeking fare and libation that is as honest and unpretentious as the locale itself.

Residents of 555TEN, the NYC luxury apartments for rent in Hell’s Kitchen, enjoy easy access to various dining spots catering to every imaginable taste. With so many fantastic choices just moments from the front door, the challenge shifts from finding a restaurant to selecting your particular culinary adventure for the evening.

The many establishments and eateries deliver exceptional taste and value — exactly what you’d expect from this dynamic and diverse neighborhood. Let’s explore a few of the superb selections that excite the palate and leave one hungry for more.

Jaz Indian Cuisine | 813 Ninth Avenue

Featuring Northern Indian fare, Jaz carries more than just the name of its founder, Jaz Rupall; it embodies her passion for cooking and heritage. From steaming tandoori specialties, curries, and entrees like jardaloo gosht (lamb with dried apricots and straw potatoes), Jaz offers a flavorful exploration (the lemon rice is to die for) of North Indian specialties in an intimate and inviting setting.

Ariana Afghan Kebob | 787 Ninth Avenue

Serving consistently wonderful Afghan entrees since 1986, Ariana Afghan Kebob is a classic and beloved mainstay that locals adore. Known for its flavorful and succulent seared-on-the-grill kebobs (served with rice and salad), Ariana’s menu also highlights unusual dishes like curried pumpkin, fried turnovers, and homemade dumplings.

Poulette | 790 Ninth Avenue

Poulette specializes in French-style rotisserie chicken, emphasizing quality and farm-fresh ingredients. The menu features perfectly seasoned and roasted chicken, complemented by a selection of sides, salads, and sauces made in small batches to ensure freshness. Indeed, it’s hard to resist the allure of Poulette’s flavorful and juicy chicken, especially when it’s accompanied by a generous mountain of mashed potatoes.

Hyderabadi Zaiqa | 366 West 52nd Street

Despite its modest size and walk-down location, Hyderabadi Zaiqa is not to be overlooked. The dedicated chefs here serve up some of the city’s finest dum biryani, a mixed rice dish featuring vegetarian and meat options lightly infused with spices — the goat is considered the best in all of NYC. If biryani isn’t to your liking, the surprisingly extensive menu offers plenty to choose from.

Rice X Beans | 688 10th Avenue

Rice X Beans offers authentic Brazilian cuisine in a warm and welcoming setting. Known for its traditional stews and seasoned meats served with rice and beans, it’s a favorite for those yearning for flavorful food straight from the heart of South America. Chef and owner Carlos Roberto Inácio, or Carlinhos, prepares the signature dish, a traditional black bean and pork stew known as feijoada, by slow-cooking the meat overnight and seasoning it with a secret blend of spices. It’s this attention to detail that elevates each tasty morsel into a memorable gastronomic experience.

Lum Lum | 404 West 49th Street

From the creative signature cocktails to the equally intriguing list of house specials to the specialty appetizer snack selection, Lum Lum offers a delightfully original Thai menu that consistently delivers. Where does one begin when every single item looks enticing? Goi neu — spicy beef tartare with fried shallot, toasted rice, and sweet yam chips — paired with a frosty Singha sounds great.

These Midtown luxury apartments offer an array of amenities designed for unparalleled comfort, yet the surrounding Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood beckons with a rich tapestry of gastronomical delights. For those who call 555TEN home, Hell’s Kitchen offers not just a place to live, but a vibrant lifestyle to enjoy. Check on availability, or contact the leasing team.

Events at Lincoln Center

Renowned anthropologist Clifford Geertz once remarked, “Man is an animal suspended in webs of significance he himself has spun.” In this regard, the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (10 Lincoln Center Plaza) serves as a waypoint where threads of significance are woven into intricate narratives that transcend time and space.

Audiences at Lincoln Center are transported into worlds both familiar and fantastical as the magic of live performance unfolds. Whether it’s a musical event, dramatic performance, choreography, or cinematic story, every occasion here is a call to awe and wonderment.

Residents of 555TEN, the premier NYC luxury rentals located in Midtown Manhattan near Lincoln Center, can regularly immerse themselves in the venue’s events and performances, elevating their lives with the beauty and diversity of artistic expression.

As visitors step onto the Lincoln Center complex, the reverence for past performances and the anticipation of future artistic wonder are palpable. The structures and spaces of Lincoln Center captivate the imagination, inviting people into a world where history, innovation, and imagination converge in the performing arts.

As we focus on the essence of this cultural entity, we turn our attention to the top six venues that stand out for their excellence, architectural beauty, and cultural impact. These select spots embody the pinnacle of performance art, highlighting Lincoln Center’s significant role in the global arts scene.

Metropolitan Opera House stands as a testament to the grandeur of operatic tradition. With its majestic facade and opulent interiors, the Met Opera House hosts world-class productions that span the canon of opera history. Here, the vibrancy of live performance is felt through spectacular staging, extraordinary vocal talent, and rich orchestral sound.

David Geffen Hall, home to the New York Philharmonic, resonates with the sounds of symphonic masterpieces. Within its walls, the legacy of classical music is celebrated and renewed through performances that range from beloved classics to contemporary works. The hall’s acoustics are designed to bring out the nuanced beauty of each note, creating an immersive experience for audiences and a distinguished home for one of the world’s foremost orchestras.

Alice Tully Hall, with its intimate setting, is a gem within Lincoln Center, dedicated to chamber music and recital performances. This hall welcomes listeners into a space where the connection between performer and audience is intimate and profound. The diversity of its programming reflects the vibrancy of the music community, offering a platform for both established and emerging artists to showcase their talent.

David H. Koch Theater is a beacon for dance enthusiasts, serving as the home of the New York City Ballet. The theater’s elegant design complements the grace and precision of ballet performances, providing a fitting backdrop for a repertoire that includes timeless classics and innovative contemporary works. The energy and athleticism of the dancers, combined with the visual spectacle of their performances, make each visit an enchanting experience.

The Juilliard School is not just an educational institution but a source of creative vitality within Lincoln Center. It molds the next generation of artists in music, dance, and drama, many of whom grace the stages of Lincoln Center and beyond. The school’s performances are a showcase of young talent on the cusp of professional careers, offering fresh perspectives and invigorating performances that hint at the future of the performing arts.

Josie Robertson Plaza serves as the welcoming heart of Lincoln Center, drawing visitors into its embrace with the Revson Fountain at its center. This open space symbolizes the unity of the arts and the community, hosting outdoor events and serving as a gathering place for those who share an excitement for the arts. The plaza reflects the spirit of Lincoln Center, where the past is honored, the present celebrated, and the future eagerly anticipated.

Lincoln Center offers a space where the complexities of life are laid bare on the stage, inviting contemplation, empathy, and catharsis, and where the timeless tradition of storytelling continues to flourish, enriching the lives of all who are fortunate enough to partake in its magic.

When you reside at 555TEN, “all the world’s a stage” isn’t just a saying—it’s your reality, only a curtain call away.

Visit the World’s Greatest Wax Museum

There are essentially two ways to experience Madame Tussauds (234 W 42nd St): in earnest appreciation à la a trip to the Met, or with a slight wink-and-nod. For residents of the 555TEN’s luxury apartments in Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood, we invite you to do both—appreciate the craftsmanship and the kitsch all at once. It also makes for a perfect, kid-friendly (and adult-friendly) outing on a rainy day.

Madame Tussauds has an over two centuries-long legacy of crafting startlingly realistic wax figures of the world’s most important leaders, artists, innovators and pop culture icons. The New York location carries on founder Marie Tussaud’s artistry with over 200 uncannily lifelike statues spread across 80,000 square feet of interactive exhibits.

Visitors can traverse history by joining the ranks of past presidents such as Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt or national heroes like Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks, or brush shoulders with today’s hottest stars like Rihanna and Lady Gaga. Highlight displays transform regularly to feature fan favorites—currently wowing visitors are hyper-realistic figures of Ariana Grande, Angelina Jolie and even Kim Kardashian decked out in iconic Met Gala looks as part of the dazzling interactive Glow Gala experience.

Action and adventure await at Madame Tussauds MARVEL Hall of Heroes exhibit. Here, you can come face to face (or shield) with superheroes of the silver screen like Captain America, hang with wisecracking Spider-Man as he swings from the rafters, and team up with the Avengers to take down Loki and his invading alien forces in the action-packed cinema ride MARVEL Universe 4D. A towering 18-foot animatronic King Kong also resides within the museum walls, blinking, breathing and beating his chest as visitors uncover the mythic secrets of Skull Island.

For those who relish all things haunting and macabre, a Madame Tussauds visit promises frightful interactive fun with wax recreations of cinema’s most chilling monsters and murderers lurking within. Face off against possessed doll Annabelle, spin in the seat from The Exorcist, and come eye to glowing eye with the bloodthirsty clown Pennywise in the Warner Bros. Icons of Horror exhibit. This spine-chilling collection of figures and sets from classic spine-tinglers plunges visitors into an interactive world where they control the scares. The realistic waxworks are so eerie that the exhibit comes with a health warning for those faint of heart.

Beyond celebrities and heroes, Madame Tussauds invites visitors to step into the spotlight themselves at interactive exhibits like the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. 555TEN residents can take the stage as talk show guests, reading the news alongside Michael Strahan or cracking jokes with Jimmy himself. At the Fashion Experience with Alessandra Ambrosio, visitors strut the catwalk decked out in stylish threads while receiving personalized coaching from the supermodel herself (in uncannily realistic wax form, of course). With interactive fun around every corner, it’s no wonder Madame Tussauds remains a top attraction for sightseers and locals alike.

For Midtown Manhattan residents at upscale homes like 555TEN, proximity to world-famous attractions enhances an already first-class lifestyle.

Dining & Shopping at Manhattan West

At the western edge of Midtown lies Manhattan West (1 Manhattan West Plaza), a flourishing development blanketing 8 acres that is a part of the broader Hudson Yards complex. This new and vibrant micro-neighborhood is conveniently located just a few minutes from 555TEN, and its proximity provides residents easy access to an array of premier retail, entertainment, and lifestyle offerings across the thriving Hudson Yards vicinity.

The complex’s sun-soaked courtyard (dubbed Manhattan West complex’s concrete ‘piazza’) surrounds upscale shops, cafes and restaurants. At acclaimed chef Danny Meyer’s Daily Provisions (440 W 33rd St), indulge in everything from flaky breakfast crullers to heartier daytime fare like the roast chicken.

Foodies will delight in options like Katsuya (398 10th Ave), where skilled sushi chefs prepare specialty cocktails and sushi and sashimi platters in a sleek and vibrant setting. Coffee aficionados have several excellent options—Black Fox Coffee Co., which serves a rotating selection of expertly curated coffees from top roasters around the world, and Bluestone Lane, the Australian-inspired mainstay offering premium beans along with healthy twists on brunch classics like avocado toast.

Once properly fueled, boutique shoppers can explore the Manhattan West’s retail destinations, showcasing independent designers and established high-end brands. Discover hand-crafted eyewear made from Italian acetate in sleek shapes and bold colors at O.P.R.

Hockey fans can indulge at Manhattan West’s NHL Flagship Store (385 9th Ave), where you can take photos in the augmented-reality photo booth before lacing up your skates at the boutique ice rink outside.

When the glow of the setting sun fades over the Hudson, the neighborhood comes alive with glitzy theaters, cocktail lounges and restaurants. At the intimate Midnight Theater (75 Manhattan West Plaza), visitors can partake world-class magic shows and Broadway-caliber singing performances while sipping craft cocktails. Or indulge in polished Pan-Asian cuisine at the theater’s restaurant before the next show.

Pendry Manhattan West—the first New York outpost of the upscale hotel brand—offers a beacon of modern luxury and California-inspired taste. It also comes with its own suite of signature culinary concepts such as Zou Zou’s and Chez Zou, offering an array of dishes. The hotel’s Garden Room and Bar Pendry promise evening indulgence, open late into the night for those post-theater cocktails or simply a sophisticated space to unwind.

For residents of 555TEN, a sublime array of conveniences awaits at home. Midtown West offers shops and dining experiences befitting the world-class amenities— a rooftop pool and sundeck, an indoor saltwater lap pool, a fitness center, a bowling alley, an arcade, a children’s playroom, and a pet care service—within the walls of their own home.

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