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Hudson Yards’ Newest Bar, 101 Floors Up

With summer right around the corner, nothing seems more appealing than lounging, sipping a refreshing cocktail, and generally feeling like you are on top of the world. For residents of the Midtown West luxury rentals at 555TEN, summer days and nights on the rooftop club and bar, 56 floors and about 650 feet above the city streets, are beckoning. Though residents can enjoy the rooftop club year-round—with its indoor and outdoor fireplaces—its pool and sundeck with private cabanas and chaise lounges for, well, lounging, are just what the warm weather calls for. And with clear nights and skies, the sweeping panoramic views are all the more alluring for all of the season’s best recreation and relaxation.

But if 555TEN residents are looking to venture from home, a new addition to the neighborhood—the rooftop Peakaboo bar—will check all the boxes for an ideal summer night out. Housed on the 101st floor of 20 Hudson Yards—one floor above Edge, the Western Hemisphere’s highest outdoor observation deck—this late-night cocktail bar boasts some of the city’s most impressive views, framed through dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows. The interiors themselves are a feast for the eyes, with designs by David Rockwell and the Rockwell Group, centered along a sleek gray marble bar behind which are 200 bottles of high-end liquors.

Peakaboo is, after all, a serious destination for drink lovers and oenophiles alike. Drinks are curated by Zach Kameron and Kon Kraus, including a serious 1,400-bottle wine list, with luxury champagne selections and bottle service for top-shelf liquors, in addition to a collection of expertly crafted cocktails. The drink menu is complemented by decadent bar snacks—like oysters, caviar, and truffle tarts.

Guests of Peakaboo may have already experienced the attention to design and the drink selection at its companion restaurant, Peak. This restaurant, bar, and event space transforms into Peakaboo after 10:30 pm from Thursday to Saturday nights—and with music from New York’s best DJs, it promises to be an exclusive late-night destination to be seen and to enjoy the best of the city. For 555TEN residents, that means the summer’s finest views and lounging are just a close walk from home. To learn more about all your options at 555TEN, contact our leasing team.

The High Line to Stretch North With a Pair of New Bridges

Plans recently unveiled by Gov. Kathy Hochul will extend the elevated High Line park all the way to the Moynihan Train Hall in Midtown. The pair of pedestrian bridges that make up the project will allow New Yorkers and visitors alike to travel all the way from the Whitney Museum of American Art to the newly built train hall without descending to street level, all while enjoying greenery and intimate sights throughout Chelsea. And, of course, the new connection will begin just a few blocks south of the Midtown rentals at 555TEN, bringing this unique transportation corridor that much closer to these luxury homes. Keep reading to learn more about this exciting plan.

Initially announced by Gov. Andrew Cuomo last year as part of an ambitious Midtown West redevelopment scheme, the High Line Moynihan Connector is the result of a public-private partnership between Empire State Development, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Brookfield Properties Group, and Friends of the High Line. Together, these groups tapped architects Skidmore, Owings and Merrill and the landscape architects at Field Operations to create two distinct bridges: a Woodlands Bridge running parallel with 30th Street and a Timber Bridge that will connect the Woodlands Bridge with the Moynihan Train Hall.

As the names suggest, the two bridges will feature different yet complementary aesthetics. The Woodlands Bridge will be planted with lush greenery akin to the densest stretches of the High Line itself, while the Timber Bridge will feature a more spartan look as it takes people over traffic to the Magnolia Court passageway that runs through Brookfield Properties’ Manhattan West megadevelopment. Together, the new bridges will stretch 1,200 feet to connect the High Line, Moynihan Train Hall, and Hudson Yards — tying together disparate aspects of Midtown West’s recent development while celebrating the successful High Line linear park concept and expanding it into a new neighborhood.

For residents of 555TEN, the new bridges will bring the elevated pathways currently snaking up and down Manhattan’s West Side quite a bit closer, helping connect Midtown West with more southerly neighborhoods. Soon, 555TEN residents will be able to traverse a few short blocks before ascending to the elevated passage and making their way to Chelsea Market and beyond without touching the street.

If you’re looking to put yourself at the center of the action in Midtown West, head to the 555TEN availability page to see the NYC luxury rentals that are waiting for you.

46A: Look Inside a Unit at 555TEN

With Hudson Yards proving to hold a gravitational pull in New York City’s nightlife and cultural landscape, there’s much to explore in the whirlwind of activity in the neighborhood—from the happenings at The Shed, shopping, and fine dining at restaurants like the three-Michelin-starred Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare. But beyond the towering architectural masterpieces and world-renowned dining destinations, Hudson Yards is also home to the Midtown rentals at 555TEN. These Extell Development residences are the embodiment of attention to detail, with everything from the majestic double-height lobby that greets you upon entrance to the rooftop club and swimming pool with panoramic city views at its pinnacle.

Residence 46A perfectly captures the grandeur and spectacular details that characterize 555TEN. Perched on the 46th floor, this marquee residence features two bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as an open living area with corner exposures, allowing light and some of the most remarkable views to flood in through the floor-to-ceiling windows. The open-concept kitchen contains state-of-the-art stainless-steel appliances, a Miele Dynacool custom wood panel refrigerator, and quartz stone counters, ideal for entertaining or enjoying coffee or a cocktail at the breakfast bar. Careful design details abound, with Porcelanosa tiles in the bathrooms, bespoke light or dark color schemes for flooring, kitchen cabinets and bath vanities, and rich wood floors.

The primary bedroom features two exposures for epic views morning and night (with double-paneled windows for maximum quiet), as well as an oversized closet and an elegant en-suite master bath—the idyllic space for a self-care routine and luxuriating shower. The second bedroom also provides ample storage space, sufficient for even the antiminimalist New Yorker. An in-residence Bosch washer/dryer and Urmet intercoms make everyday life that much more convenient for residents.

Outside of Residence 46A is an array of on-site luxury amenities, including a fitness center with top-of-the-line equipment like Peloton bikes and Nexersys Boxing Exergame, a private studio, and an indoor saltwater lap pool, as well as a private bowling alley, an arcade, a playroom, and a rooftop lounge and bar with an indoor/outdoor fireplace for year-round enjoyment. Pet owners have at their disposal on-site services from Throw Me A Bone and an outdoor dog park. Beyond these Midtown Manhattan apartments is the dynamic Hudson Yards—with its cultural institutions and cutting-edge attractions just steps away.

For a tour of residences at 555TEN and the full experience of these NYC luxury rentals, contact the 555TEN leasing team today.

New Staten Island/Midtown West Ferry Service: From Midtown to Everywhere

Residents of the Midtown rentals at 555TEN live in Hudson Yards, one of the city’s most exciting new neighborhoods, with world-class entertainment, shopping, and dining right outside their front door. Now, for the first time, the NYC Ferry is connecting Hudson Yards directly with Staten Island, expanding the service to all five boroughs and opening up a host of new New York adventures to 555TEN residents. Keep reading to learn more about these classy homes and this pioneering ferry line.

The homes at 555TEN are designed to give residents a pure New York City experience. Sit at your kitchen island and enjoy that first cup of coffee while taking in epic Midtown views before warming up in the fully equipped fitness center or heading into Hudson Yards for a quick bite at one of the dozens of eateries within a five-minute walking distance. The iconic High Line park begins just a few short blocks south, and the Intrepid Sea, Air, & Space Museum is anchored to the north. Plus, Hudson Yards itself is home to more than 100 shops carrying everything a New Yorker could need.

Of course, being a real New Yorker means getting comfortable with the city’s first-class transit system, and 555TEN residents need only walk a couple of blocks to reach the Port Authority Bus Terminal, the subway nexus beneath Times Square, the Moynihan Train Hall, or Midtown West, Pier 79, where they can board a boat and then dock at Battery Park in about 15 minutes and Staten Island in a little over a half hour. The ferry journey features intimate views of the Statue of Liberty from New York Harbor, giving even the most mundane trip a cinematic flair. Traveling between Midtown and Lower Manhattan by ferry is not just a commuters’ dream either because Battery Park is itself a legendary Manhattan destination that is only a few minutes’ walk from historic locations like the 9/11 Memorial and once-in-a-lifetime viewing spots, including One World Observatory.

From spacious homes and luxury amenities to nearby shopping, eating, and transportation hubs, life at 555TEN is what New York is supposed to be. But don’t take our word for it. Head over to the contact page and start your new life in Hudson Yards today; maybe you’ll be the one telling us about the next exciting thing coming to Midtown!

The Edge: Overlooking Hudson Yards and Beyond

With the legendary skyline just outside your window, living in Manhattan often feels like living on top of the world. Known for its superlatives — a world capital of culture, nightlife, fine dining, and everyday excitement — New York City is home to some of the world’s most recognizable architectural landmarks, from the Brooklyn Bridge to the Empire State Building, not to mention its famed green spaces, including the High Line and Central Park. A recent addition to the pantheon of the city’s architectural wonders is the skyscraper at 30 Hudson Yards and its “dance” partner, 10 Hudson Yards. Designed by acclaimed architects Bill Pedersen and John Pedersen, 30 Hudson Yards is just moments from the Midtown Manhattan apartments at 555TEN and offers a uniquely exciting attraction: Edge, a new public observation deck on the building’s 100th floor.

Residents of 555TEN have access at home to a rooftop 56 stories up, which boasts a private residents lounge, an indoor/outdoor fireplace, an open-air sundeck, private cabanas, and a swimming pool — all 650 feet above Midtown West. But for those seeking out even loftier perches, Edge soars 1,131 feet into the sky. In fact, it’s the highest outdoor observation deck in the Western Hemisphere, offering mesmerizing panoramic views of the East River, the Hudson River to the west, and nearly all of the city’s landmarks. The 80-foot public deck is a triangular wedge that protrudes from the side of 30 Hudson Yards, and, as its name suggests, creates the feeling of being at the edge of a vast precipice, suspended in midair, in the midst of the clouds.

Those wary of heights, and the feeling of floating high above the city below, can rest assured knowing Edge is a sturdy 765,000-pound platform, which comprises 15 individual sections bolted together and attached to both the southern and eastern sides of 30 Hudson Yards. Of course, leaning into the view against the angled glass wall enclosures is part of the thrill of experiencing Edge. For the truly adventurous, City Climb at Edge offers the world’s highest open-air building ascent along the 45-degree angled staircase that crowns 30 Hudson Yards. At the top, climbers can lean out (while securely strapped and buckled in) and take in the views below. And after the climb, visitors can toast with a glass of Champagne and take in the most spectacular sunset views in the city.

Whether poolside at home or at nearby 30 Hudson Yards and Edge, 555TEN residents can sit atop the city and feel truly on top of the world.

Restaurant Spotlight: Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare

Take one look at the Instagram feed for Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare, and you might think you’ve landed on the account of a contemporary art museum. Pink and pinker cubes of bluefin tuna and Japanese hamachi form pyramids on a thin wisp of a tart. A tiramisu on a ceramic-industrial pedestal looks like a Louise Bourgeois or a Yayoi Kusama — and if these creations by star chef César Ramirez look like works of art, the accolades that Ramirez keeps attracting attest to the fact that they taste even better than they look.

While Ramirez is racking up awards — like three stars from the world-famous Michelin Guide or the No. 2 spot on OAD’s list of the 150 top restaurants in North America — residents of the NYC luxury rentals at 555TEN in Manhattan can venture over to his rarified exposed kitchen behind the Brooklyn Fare grocery store without leaving their neighborhood.

The setup is a 20-seat counter where you can dine on Ramirez’s French-inflected Japanese-inspired tasting menu, which changes with the seasons and the inspirations of the kitchen. On a given night, you might encounter trout roe tartlet, chawanmushi with foie gras, Hokkaido uni with black truffle, Miyazaki Wagyu with daikon and horseradish, white truffle ice cream, or a frozen soufflé.

Ramirez will be present, cooking behind the counter, announcing the dishes as they come out, and chatting with guests. Ryan Sutton of Eater, who has crowned the restaurant “your four-star Per Se replacement,” finds Ramirez as affable as he is talented, a true artist satisfying his diners’ craving for innovation, as well as their palates.

Of this unparalleled New York gastronomic experience, Adam Platt of New York Magazine writes, “It’s a pleasure to watch the chef and his crack staff turn out a 20th century-style gourmet dinner (you’ll find barely cooked lobster on the menu, truffles upon truffles, A5-grade beef flown in from Japan) with a kind of practiced, even balletlike grace.” Critics are raving not only about the food but about the inherent drama of the experience, which, as Sutton has noted, is quickly becoming a New York classic.

The restaurant’s Hell’s Kitchen location, behind the Brooklyn Fare grocery store, harkens back to the original restaurant and grocery location in Brooklyn. This means two things if you are a resident of the 555TEN luxury rentals in Manhattan: The first is that you can peruse the aisles before settling in for dinner, and the second is that you can find inspiration at one of the city’s most masterfully curated food stores any night of the week. Like the no-fee luxury rentals at 555TEN, Brooklyn Fare is changing what it means to live your best life in New York.

Indoor Amenities to Keep You Toasty During Winter

The Manhattan weather might be turning brisk, but the first-rate range of amenities at 555TEN will keep residents toasty through New York’s chilliest months. From Peloton bikes and a saltwater lap pool to a private bowling alley—here’s what’s cooking at Midtown NYC’s most covetable luxury rentals.

Take a saltwater swim

It takes a brave soul to go for a dip anywhere along the East Coast this time of year—but if you’re craving your fix of saltwater swimming, look no further than 555TEN’s indoor lap pool. Not only is it a mere elevator ride away from your apartment, but it’s heated—meaning you can do as many lengths as you like and still emerge feeling delightfully warm. Luxury.

Go for a spin (without moving anywhere)

Midtown Manhattan is wonderful for taking your bike for a spin; the 11-mile-long Hudson River bike path is on 555TEN’s doorstep, and the leafy expanse of Central Park isn’t much further. Still, for those days when it’s too icy to even contemplate putting on Lycra, 555TEN’s fitness center boasts state-of-the-art Peloton bikes that’ll have your blood pumping and calves bulging in no time.

Stay in shape till next spring

In fact, the fitness center at 555TEN offers everything you need to stay in shape till spring without having to once venture to the park or local gym. There’s a Nexersys Boxing Exergame to improve stamina and nimbleness, a weight room where you can make sure you maintain those muscles, and special studio classes to keep you flexible and give you a healthy glow your friends will envy.

Do playtime at home

At 555TEN’s luxury rentals, there’s the cozy option to stay home, cook your own cockle-warming cuisine in your bespoke modern kitchen, and spend the evening having a blast with friends at 555PLAY—featuring its own bowling alley and games arcade. However, if you’re looking for a more low-key evening without the cleanup, Midtown West boasts a wealth of restaurants to keep you fed from the comforts of your home throughout winter—with local favorites such as the delicious lamb madras at Curry India available through delivery food apps.

Sip fireside whiskies in the clubroom

Of course, you needn’t exert yourself at all to keep warm in these Midtown West luxury rentals. 555TEN’s clubroom is replete with cozy sofas and armchairs and its own real fireplace. While you can’t roast chestnuts on this particular fire, you can get very comfy next to it with a warming winter read and a generously poured bourbon. We won’t judge you for wearing slippers, either.

Want to learn more about all the singular comforts of 555TEN? Contact our leasing team today.

History of the Garment District

One of the joys of New York City is living in one of the world’s fashion meccas. From New York Fashion Week to the street style on display year-round, the city exudes flair and inspiration. Even for the not-so-sartorially inclined, New York is rife with character, architecture, and glamor fit to make each sidewalk feel like a glittering, star-studded runway. Perhaps no neighborhood is as steeped in the lore of New York’s fashion history as the Garment District, known today as the Fashion District.

Residents of the NYC luxury rentals at 555TEN are at the center of this veritable fashion hot spot. 555TEN’s glistening 56-story tower is a recent addition to the skyline, which has been shaped by its relationship to the fashion industry for over a century. The origins of the Fashion District’s current locale date from the early 20th century, when the garment industry moved from Downtown Manhattan to Midtown, and manufacturers resettled in commercial loft buildings closer to department stores along Fifth Avenue. Today, the area is still the site of dozens of businesses that are part of the fashion industry—from fabric and design stores to merchandising operations—and employs tens of thousands of workers in related fields.

The district itself changed with a changing city. Garment workers were able to commute to the area from residential areas in the outer boroughs with the introduction of the new BRT subway line in 1918, which brought service along Broadway, while proximity to Penn Station brought purchasers directly into the area. By the 1920s, the Garment District would transform yet again via new cooperatives like the Co-Operative Garment Center Buildings, which changed the once-seedy area into a desirable residential destination and the fastest growing area for development and construction in the city.

With the district thriving, and space at a premium in the Fashion District, new architectural landmarks came along—upward like the Arsenal Building—to reshape the skyline. As with the rest of the city and the country, the Fashion District faced radical change during World War II. To bolster the city during the country’s wartime recession, the garment union and fashion industry members established the New York Dress Institute to champion New York-based fashion design, sales, and production and to transform the city into a world fashion capital. Another enduring fashion landmark was established in 1944: the Fashion Institute of Technology and Design.

Though manufacturing is no longer central to the Fashion District’s activity today, the marquee names in American fashion, like Donna Karan and Ralph Lauren, still hold property in the district, as major fashion houses have historically showcased their designs in showrooms in the area. The Fashion District also continues to attract fashion industry workers, artists, and designers and has allowed its vibrant past to flourish into the present. And for 555TEN residents, that means a walk through the neighborhood can be a source of fashion inspiration each day.

Contact the 555TEN leasing team to find your new luxury apartment rental in Midtown West, high in the sky but just around the corner from almost everything!

Dog-Friendly Amenities That’ll Have Your Best Friend’s Tail Wagging

Got a four-legged friend who constantly needs impressing? The amenities at 555TEN are so dog-friendly, their tail will never stop wagging. This part of Midtown Manhattan has some pooch-perfect shops and facilities, too. It’s time we went for walkies.

Parks on Your Doorstep

When you live at 555TEN, you are surrounded by pocket parks that are wonderful for dog walking. Both DeWitt Clinton Park and Bryant Park are just 15 minutes from these Midtown rentals. Then, there’s Hudson River Park — ideal for a bracing waterfront stroll — which is equipped with a dog run, where your furry friend can be let off the leash, meet new pals, and chase tennis balls to their heart’s content. 

Covered Outdoor Dog Park

There are times when you and your pooch would rather not stray too far for your morning exercise — especially when you get to the chillier, wetter end of the year. That’s when 555TEN’s covered outdoor dog park comes into its own. Without even leaving your Midtown NYC apartment building, you can play all your favorite games together, and never feel a drop of rain. 

Pampered Pooches

Does your dog think they’re a bone-a-fide VIP? Then you’d better give them a little special treatment, courtesy of Throw Me a Bone. A personalized pet service founded by dog devotees Mike and Adam, Throw Me a Bone has a range of on-site offerings for 555TEN residents. They’ll pamper your pooch with a bath and blow dry or a blueberry facial; take care of your buddy when you’re snowed under at work; and even train them to be extra good now that you’re living in these luxury rentals.

A Spot of Shopping

It’s not just you who needs retail therapy from time to time — your dog does, too. Within a few minutes’ walk of your Midtown West apartment, there are plenty of great little boutiques to keep your furry friend happy. Buy the cutest puffer jackets and quilted coats from Dog & Co. Find Philly cheesesteak dog treats at Zoe’s. Pick up snazzy leashes and a snuggly new bed from Spoiled Brats. 

A Trip to the Museum

When we say Midtown Manhattan is devoted to dogs, we really mean it. Just 15 minutes on the subway from 555TEN gets you to the AKC Museum of the Dog. Here, you can peruse paintings of pooches, learn about the lives of working dogs, and even find out which breed you yourself would be! Something to bear in mind: Your own pooch can’t come in. Better book them that blueberry facial instead.

An Afternoon at the Intrepid Museum

The Midtown rentals at 555TEN are near to the best of nature and culture in Manhattan. And a visit to the Hudson River and the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum will bring you both in the same perfect weekend afternoon. With the museum’s unparalleled collection of ships and aircraft, you’ll get a tactile, firsthand glimpse of history, as well as a chance to take in the views along the river and bask in the fall breezes rising from the water.

The USS Intrepid itself is a National Historic Landmark and a defining part of the visual terrain of the West Side’s river edge. The ship is a monument to history and the U.S. Navy, and it makes for a majestic sight to behold on a weekly jog or morning walk. Inside, you’ll learn about the aircraft carrier’s many lives serving in World War II, the Cold War, and the Vietnam War. Also part of the museum complex is the submarine Growler, which is a guided-missile submarine — the only American submarine of its type open for public view. Here, you can visit mission control and get a feeling for navigating life-or-death scenarios under the sea. 

The Space Shuttle Pavilion houses the Enterprise, a shuttle that was one of the first of its kind and marked the beginning of the space shuttle program. Actual objects from missions, films, photographs, and audio immerse you in the sights and sounds of orbiting the Earth in space. Closer to Earth, but also formed at the peak of human ingenuity, is the British Airways Concorde, a plane that landed the fastest flight across the Atlantic at two hours, 52 minutes, and 59 seconds. The story of the Concorde is a rich exploration of what engineering and design can do at the edges of possibility in flight. A close look at the cockpit and the massive jet engine makes the incredible power and revolutionary nature of this craft tangible.

The museum also includes temporary exhibits that go into detail about specific times, ships, and stories. “Navy Cakes: A Slice of History,” is a current show featuring photographs and grocery lists that reveal the herculean task of feeding an entire crew on the Intrepid, and of baking the giant cakes that were a big part of boosting morale on long and dangerous voyages.

The Intrepid Museum is the kind of place that becomes a touchstone of your neighborhood, a place where history comes alive. Its majestic relics line the waterfront that helps to make the luxury rentals in Manhattan at 555TEN a gateway to the city’s cultural gifts.

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