247 W 46th STREET, APT 3404
$ 2,425,000
Essentials
  • Price $2,425,000
  • Type RESIDENTIAL
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathrooms 2.5
  • Rooms 4.5
  • Approx. Sq. Ft. 1308
Key Features
  • Roof Deck
  • Elevator
  • Doorman
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Central A/C
  • Dishwasher
  • Package Room
  • Screening Room
  • Fitness Center
  • Yoga
  • Pets Allowed
  • Bicycle
  • Hardwood floor

Property Description

Beautiful, Split 2-Bed, 2.5-Bathroom Apartment Available on a High Floor of an Award-Winning Midtown Condominium, with South/ East Exposures, Panoramic City & River Views. Fantastic Corner Unit boasting Floor-to-Ceiling Windows, High Ceilings & Hardwood Floors throughout.  Top-of-the-Line Stainless Steel Appliances from Thermador and Sub-Zero, Lava Stone and White Quartzite Counter Top & 24-Bottle Wine Cooler.
 

Closets Galore throughout and Walk-In Closet in the Master Bedroom. The Spa-Like Master Bathroom includes a Large Free-Standing Soaking Tub, Toto Toilet, plus a Glass Rain Shower with Dornbracht polished Chrome Faucets. The Second Bedroom also offers Ample Storage Space and features Great Views. The Apartment also includes a Bosch Washer and Dryer. 

For More Information or Appointments, Please Contact: Aida Real Estate Sales 212.971.4463 ~ Jenny Lee  

Courtesy of Maximo Properties
 

Agent

  • Jenny Lee
  • 212.971.4463
  • (212) 977-3968
  • Email Me


Theatre District

Theatre District, is an Area in Midtown Manhattan where most Broadway Theaters are located, as well as other Off-Broadway Theaters, Movie Theaters, Restaurants, Hotels, and other Places of Entertainment. It is bounded by West 40th Street on the South, West 54th Street on the North, Sixth Avenue on the East and Eighth Avenue on the West and includes Times Square. The Great White Way is the name given to the section of Broadway which runs through the Theater District. "The Great White Way" is a nickname for a section of Broadway in Midtown Manhattan, specifically the portion that encompasses the Theater District, between 42nd and 53rd Streets, and encompassing Times Square.

In 1880, a stretch of Broadway between Union Square and Madison Square was illuminated by Brush Arc Lamps, making it among the first electrically lighted streets in the United States. By the 1890s, the portion from 23rd Street to 34th Street was so brightly illuminated by electrical advertising signs, that people began calling it "The Great White Way". When the Theater District moved uptown, the name was transferred to the Times Square area. Nowadays this area is populated by high-end Rental Buildings and Condominiums.

The Iconic Platinum Condominium is a 43-Story Building located in the Vicinity of Some of the most Famous NYC attractions including Broadway Theater, Rockefeller Center, and Amazing Dining and Shopping Designer Stores nearby.Centrally located, this Building has a Stunning Lobby with a 26-foot long Fireplace and Large Televisions that play Mood-Enhancing Videos. It also features 6,000 sf Resort Style Amenities that include: Social Lounge, Yoga Room, Golf Simulator Room, Massage and Sauna Health Club with Classes for the Residents, Bike Room, Children’s Playroom, Cold Storage, Parking Available, Laundry Room, Media & Package Room, Live-In Super, Community Recreation Room, Theater Room & there is also a Fantastic Landscaped Roof Terrace to relax and unwind.