Travel Made Easy At 555TEN
New York City has one of the best, most robust transportation systems on the planet. With subways, buses, taxis, pedicabs, and the rest, there are myriad ways to navigate the 302.6 square miles of the city.
With that said, however, not every region of the city is created equal — not by a long shot. And when it comes to getting around town, or getting out of the city and heading to Upstate New York, or Connecticut, or New Jersey, or out to the Hamptons, there’s really only one part of the city that has it all, and that’s Midtown West. And when it comes to Midtown West apartments, it’s hard to find one more centrally located than the 555TEN luxury rentals. Let’s explore the transportation options nearby.
There are seven (yes, seven) bus stops within a 10-minute walk of 555TEN, and many more just a few blocks farther away. And subways? There’s an incredible number of choices: You have the A train at the Port Authority Bus Terminal; the C and E trains over at 50th Street and 8th Avenue; the 1 at 50th Street and Broadway; the 2 at Times Square; the 7 at 34th Street and 11th Avenue (Hudson Yards); the N, R, and W at 49th Street and 7th Avenue; the B, D, F, and M at 47th Street (Rockefeller Center); and the 4, 5, and 6 at Grand Central Terminal. With only half of those options you could easily get anywhere in the five boroughs, but having so many choices means that any delays due to construction or other issues are easy to avoid. You’ll be able to fly around the city without having to think twice about how you’ll reach your destination.
And when it’s time to get out of the city, 555TEN makes it simple. The building is just a short walk from Grand Central Terminal, which is home to the Metro-North Railroad — the largest passenger railroad in the country. It’s an easy way to get to the Hudson Valley and Connecticut: two stellar areas for a weekend away.
Also nearby is the Port Authority Bus Terminal, which has buses and rail service going all over the country — expanding your travel options exponentially. And just in case that isn’t enough, there is also Penn Station, which is the place to catch the Long Island Rail Road or an Amtrak train to take you out east or in a number of other directions.
Being at 555TEN makes moving around the city or escaping for a weekend away a cinch. It’s a luxury that truly cannot be overstated.