There is a need in the market for well-priced condominiums that don’t compromise on design or service. Manhattan View fills that void – and then some.
Fox5 Good Day New York – Rosanna Scotto Tours Noah Syndergaard’s Manhattan View Apartment
New York Mets ace pitcher Noah Syndergaard is recovering from a recent injury in style in his new home in Manhattan View at MiMA. On a tour with Fox 5’s Rosanna Scotto, Syndergaard showed off his apartment’s breathtaking views of the skyline. “This is where I like to be lazy,” said Syndergaard, brushing his hand over a spacious sectional sofa that was bathed in the natural light spilling through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Those spectacular views continue in Syndergaard’s spacious bedroom, which also features the same rich hardwood flooring and sleek modern design as the other Midtown condos that are for sale throughout the building.
Entertaining at Home With Hamilton Star Lexi Lawson
Hamilton star Lexi Lawson fell in love with her new home in Manhattan View at MiMA the moment she stepped through the front door. “The first thing I noticed when I walked in was, obviously, this amazing view with natural light,” says the actress while gazing out the windows that wrap around her living room. “It was breathtaking.” Her two-bedroom Manhattan condo features an open floor plan with a state-of-the-art kitchen, ample space for a large dining table, and a spacious bedroom, all with floor-to-ceiling windows that look out on beautiful Midtown
What is Hudson Yards?
New York City’s top real estate agents gathered at Manhattan View at MiMA for a special panel discussion about the emergence of Hudson Yards and were the first to preview Manhattan View’s newly completed Penthouse 1C, priced at $7.25 million with sweeping views of the city skyline.
Moderated by Brick Underground’s managing editor Virginia Smith, the panel brought together Ryan Serhant, top broker and star of Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing New York, Sabrina Kanner of Brookfield Properties, Robert Benfatto of the Hudson Yards | Hell’s Kitchen BID, and Zachary Kussin, real estate reporter for the New York Post.
“Hudson Yards used to be a neighborhood that you would just pass through. Now it’s trendsetting,” Kussin told the audience. “It’s a city within a city that you’ll essentially never have to leave because everything is right here – office, entertainment, dining, shopping and more.”
Many people don’t realize that Hudson is an actual neighborhood, not just a development site, and it spans 48 blocks between 30th and 43rd streets from the West Side Highway to 8th Avenue. The panelists spoke about the exciting new developments coming to this district from Related Companies’ mega-development to Manhattan West. They also discussed existing residential developments where early investors are already living the Hudson Yards lifestyle, such as Manhattan View, where the condominiums start on the 51st floor and are priced from $1.595 million.
Guests Instagrammed photos of the panoramic skyline views while sipping on wine from Chelsea Wine Vault and enjoying a variety of signature snacks by local restaurant Siblings NYC, famous for the #WaffleDog.
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Mets star Noah “Thor” Syndergaard is in the lap of luxury as he recovers from his torn latissimus dorsi, thanks to his new home at Manhattan View at MiMA. Designed by Jamie Drake, who was designated one of Architectural Digest’s AD100 honorees in 2017, the 1,200-square-foot home offers soaring ceilings and stunning views of New York’s most iconic sights, from the Hudson River to the Empire State Building. When Syndergaard has healed, he won’t have to go far to resume his workouts: the Manhattan condos boast a private Equinox gym where he can train in privacy and style.
How To Showcase A Large Piece of Art in Your Home
When asked to decorate the model penthouse for the new Midtown condominiums from Manhattan View at MiMA, designer Jamie Drake considered all the angles. The sleek interior called for something modern, while the breathtaking view of Manhattan through the floor-to-ceiling windows demanded the eye’s attention. Drake chose an ink print by a local NYC artist that crystallizes the city’s energy in a series of swirls, the perfect accent to the apartment’s refined aesthetic. The unbeatable views and luxurious interiors are sure to provide the perfect setting for art in your Manhattan View at MiMA residence as well.
Mets Pitcher Noah Syndergaard Renting at Midtown’s Swanky MiMA Tower
Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard, girlfriend Alexandra Cooper, and fellow pitcher Robert Gsellman are sharing a two-bedroom home at Manhattan View at MiMA. The Midtown condominiums at Manhattan View, which are located on the 51st through 63rd floors, offer residents unbeatable views of Manhattan landmarks, including the Empire State Building. Their Jamie Drake-designed interiors feature high-end appliances from Gaggenau set in tasteful white lacquer cabinetry and Calacatta marble. Syndergaard, who is recovering from an injury, will be able to mend in style at the building’s residents-only Equinox gym before retiring to the rooftop terrace for some fresh air.
Noah Syndergaard in Deluxe MiMA Pad as He Rehabs Injury
After tearing his lat while pitching for the New York Mets, Noah Syndergaard needed a comfortable and private place to recuperate, which led him to a beautiful two-bedroom condominium at Manhattan View at MiMA. This residence offers the perfect combination of convenient amenities, including a residents-only Equinox gym; dining and entertaining areas; and the height of discretion, thanks to the private entrance. The homes are focused around their eponymous vistas, with floor-to-ceiling windows looking out on Midtown Manhattan and the Hudson River. And Syndergaard is not the only celebrity to call Manhattan View at MiMA home; Hamilton star Lexi Lawson is also a resident.
Watch the Next Chapter of the NYC Skyline Unfold from Manhattan View
Perched atop the sleek MiMA building, 13 floors of Manhattan condominiums offer unbeatable views of the city, refined interiors, and a plentiful amenities suite. Manhattan View at MiMa looks upon vistas extending south to the point of the island and the zoning-protected views of Hell’s Kitchen to the north. Jamie Drake used the finest materials to design the interiors, which feature wide-plank hardwood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows throughout, as well as Carrara marble and Gaggenau appliances in the kitchens. Residents will also have access to 44,000 square feet of amenities, including a full Equinox fitness center and three landscaped terraces with private dining spaces.
Residential Roundup: Maureen Rogers
After nearly 20 years in the real estate business, veteran broker Maureen Rogers has signed on as the Director of Sales at Manhattan View at MiMA. Calling the project “incredible” and “world-class,” Rogers cites the amenity-packed Midtown condos’ enviable West Side location as one of the biggest selling points. “The hottest area in the city right now is the New West Side, encompassing Hudson Yards and the surrounding neighborhood,” says Rogers. “This was the last undeveloped area of the city and is becoming the newest trendy area to live and work.”
Manhattan View at MiMA Throws Welcome Party for Ryan Serhant & Team
Manhattan View at MiMA’s sales director, Maureen Rogers, joined forces with developers Kuafu Properties and SCG America to welcome celebrity real estate broker Ryan Serhant and The Serhant Team onboard as part of the Midtown condominiums’ on-site sales team. Guests were given a tour of three of Manhattan View at MiMA’s luxury homes, which occupy the upper 13 floors of the MiMA tower. In addition to offering interior design packages from Jamie Drake, Michael Gabellini, and Alexandra Champalimaud, the building boasts 44,000 square feet of amenities, including a private Equinox gym, outdoor screening space, pet grooming services, an indoor lap pool, and a full-sized basketball court.
Brokers Weekly Event Gallery
Real estate industry experts joined Manhattan View at MiMA developers Kuafu Properties and SCG America and the building’s director of sales, Maureen Rogers, as they welcomed Million Dollar Listing star and broker Ryan Serhant and his team to the Midtown condominiums’ on-site sales team. Serhant’s star power isn’t the only thing garnering attention for the Manhattan condominiums, though. Event guests admired the building’s trio of beautiful model apartments, which were designed by Alexandra Champalimaud, Jamie Drake, and Michael Gabellini. Buyers will also be impressed by the high-rise’s 44,000 square feet of amenity space, which includes a private Equinox gym, basketball court, indoor lap pool, outdoor dining and screening space, and on-site pet care facilities.
Ryan Serhant hosts 60th-floor party for selfie-prone brokers
Million Dollar Listing NY star Ryan Serhant hosted elite members of the real estate industry, their clients, and members of the press, who enjoyed the cocktails, company, and stunning views from the 60th-floor penthouse at Manhattan View at MiMA. Serhant’s shindig also showcased three model homes designed by Jamie Drake, Alexandra Champalimaud, and Michael Gabellini and provided tours of the building’s 44,000 square feet of amenities space, giving brokers and potential buyers a taste of what life is like at the Midtown condominiums.
Inside The Manhattan View at MiMA Tower Residences
Jamie Drake’s signature vision has made Manhattan View at MiMA New York’s newest must-have address. The Architectural Digest “top-100” designer has lent his talent to the building’s stunning Midtown condos, each outfitted with floor-to-ceiling windows, white oak flooring, in-home laundry, smart-home technology, and state-of-the-art kitchens with Dornbracht fixtures, Gaggenau appliances, Calacatta marble counters and backsplashes, and white lacquer cabinets. Residents can also mingle with their neighbors or enjoy solo relaxation, thanks to the building’s long list of amenities, including a landscaped roof deck, outdoor kitchen, private Equinox gym, heated pool, indoor and outdoor screening space, dog run, private lounge, concierge, and services like valet parking, housekeeping, and dry cleaning. The 500-foot-tall tower’s piece de resistance, however, is penthouse 3C, a 2,135-square-foot home with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Manhattan icons like the Empire State Building and the World Trade Center.
Newest Developments Say Goodbye to Bowling Alleys and Laundry Rooms
Nothing seems as quaint as an iPod docking station, which is why the amenity suite at Manhattan View at MiMA is designed to be forward-thinking and value-adding. Instead of a couple of treadmills in a windowless basement, the gym at Manhattan View is a private Equinox facility on the third floor; in lieu of a blank lounge, the shared Business Center functions as a home office for condo owners who telecommute; meanwhile, in-unit washing machines have replaced shared laundry rooms. Some of the choices, like each apartment’s Gaggenau speed oven, which goes beyond a traditional microwave, are just smart, while others, like the full-sized basketball court, are necessary luxuries.
Chinese Boy Band Star Crashed in $3.5M NYC Apartment
During his recent trip to New York City, Chinese pop star Roy Wang opted against a crowded hotel, choosing instead a two-bedroom apartment at Manhattan View at MiMA. The TFBOYS singer stayed in one of the elegant Jamie Drake-designed Midtown condominiums, just across town from where he was scheduled to address a youth forum at the United Nations. In addition to the building’s 44,000 square feet of amenities space, including a private Equinox gym, the pop star’s 55th-floor perch offered him panoramic views of the city’s most celebrated sights, from the bright lights of Broadway to the Empire State Building. The next wave of celebrity guests planning to check out the building will be a who’s who of the New York art scene, including Lisa Grunwald, Laurent Elie Badessi, and Thomas Hammer. The New York-based artists and other art scene celebs will descend on the building on March 1st to celebrate “An Evening of Art and Design,” hosted by Rebecca Wilson, Saatchi Art’s chief curator.
Manhattan View at MiMA Announces Offering Plan Effectiveness and Price Increase on Select Units
With Closings Commencing Soon, New Luxury Condominium Presents a Rare and Immediate Ownership Opportunity in the Hudson Yards Neighborhood
SCG America and Kuafu Properties are pleased to announce that the offering plan for Manhattan View at MiMA, the luxury condominium collection envisioned by celebrated AD100 interior designer Jamie Drake, is now effective. Offering occupancy this spring, Manhattan View is one of the first opportunities to live in the Hudson Yards neighborhood, in the new West Side that is fast becoming the city’s hottest destination for culture, shopping and dining. Since launching sales in May and recently increasing prices on select units, the team has sold substantial inventory including studios starting at $1.37 million, one-bedroom residences starting at $1.680 million and two-bedroom residences starting at $2.9 million. Ranging from studio to three-bedrooms, the condominium residences at Manhattan View at MiMA start on the 51st floor and feature contemporary finishes by Jamie Drake. Each residence comes with floor-to-ceiling windows that showcase panoramic views of the city, from the Empire State Building, the Hudson River, Statue of Liberty, Atlantic Ocean and beyond. Manhattan View’s unique high design and unprecedented lifestyle package includes access to 44,000 square-feet of resident-exclusive amenities.
“Our sales success demonstrates the market’s demand for a well-priced and sophisticated product that you can walk into right away and call home. Being a part of Hudson Yards and the subsequent transformation of the neighborhood into a world-class destination has been a major draw. Everyone wants to be a part of it,” explained Maureen Rogers, Director of Sales for Manhattan View at MIMA with Silk Realty Group.
Manhattan View at MiMA’s location in the vibrant Hudson Yards neighborhood allows residents convenient access to acclaimed restaurants, shopping destinations, theatres and the city’s best waterfront parks including Hudson Park and Boulevard and Hudson River Park. Conveniently situated at the intersection of Hell’s Kitchen and Midtown West, New York’s greatest cultural institutions are also in close proximity, from Lincoln Center to the Whitney Museum. Hudson Yards is emerging as the new hub for innovation drawing tenants that include global industry leaders in publishing, media and entertainment including Time Warner Cable, CNN, HBO, Warner Brothers, Coach, L’Oreal, SAP, KKR, VaynerMedia and more. Manhattan View is well-known for its exceptional 44,000+ square feet of amenities, including an 18,000-square-foot private residents-only fitness center by Equinox® with a heated indoor lap pool and a full-size basketball court; over 14,000 square feet of landscaped outdoor space; party rooms and catering kitchens; a Mac Bar equipped with iMac computers; and a screening room with golf simulator and karaoke lounge. There is also a club room and residents’ lounge with fireplace, a fully-equipped game room, a children’s playroom, and Dog City, an exclusive residents-only, professionally-staffed pet spa. Other amenities include a 24-hour doorperson, live-in superintendent and a dedicated concierge, Luxury Attachè, available to assist with every personal need along with white glove à la carte services including valet parking, housekeeping and dry-cleaning.
Silk Realty is the sales and marketing agent for Manhattan View at MiMA. Pricing for current availability starts at $1.595 million for studios, $1.785 million for one-bedrooms, $2.9 million for two-bedrooms, and $4.82 million for three-bedrooms. For more information, visit www.manhattanview.com or call the onsite sales gallery at 212-967-6888.
Luxury Living: Manhattan View at MiMA
The Hudson Yards condos at Manhattan View at MiMA are ideal for amenity-seekers. Developed by SCG America and Kuafu Properties and designed by Jamie Drake, the Midtown condominiums occupy the uppermost floors of the MiMA Manhattan tower and offer panoramic views. A perfect mix of luxury and convenience, the homes are outfitted with Gaggenau appliances, Carrara marble counters and backsplashes, bespoke fittings, soaker tubs, video intercoms, smartphone-enabled locks, smart-home technology, and 9- to 12-foot ceilings. The building’s 44,000 square feet of communal space are equally luxe, with a private Equinox gym, basketball court, heated lap pool, exclusive dining area, screening rooms, residents-only lounge, business center, catering kitchen, playroom, game room, pet spa, storage, and 14,000 square feet of landscaped terraces and outdoor space. Once they’re home, residents won’t have to lift a finger, thanks to the building’s on-site services and staff, including a 24-hour doorman, concierge, live-in super, housekeeping, dry-cleaning, and valet.
Views From The Top
Kuafu Properties and SCG America have teamed up to create the city’s most anticipated luxury experience, Manhattan View at MiMA. While many condos for sale in Midtown are being pushed to the outskirts of the neighborhood, the homes at Manhattan View boast a prime location on 42nd Street, occupying the upper floors of the rental tower MiMA Manhattan and giving residents stunning views of the city’s most notable sights. Residents will be able to create a bespoke living experience inside their home, thanks to interior design packages from designers Jamie Drake, Michael Gabellini, and Alexandra Champalimaud, while amenities like a private Equinox Gym, pool, basketball court, lounge, pet-care facilities, and 24-hour concierge cater to virtually every need.
Splurge On Everyday Comforts, Says Celebrity Interior Designer
Hell’s Kitchen’s ultra-hot luxury market has lured famed interior designer Jamie Drake to the neighborhood. The Drake/Anderson co-founder has lent his expertise to the Midtown condominiums at Manhattan View, a group of sumptuous homes on MiMA Manhattan’s top floors, from the 51st floor up. While Drake’s interiors are the picture of urban elegance, he says his design philosophy is more about providing individual comfort than opulence. “Luxury is not about a specific fabric or material, and it doesn’t mean gold-plated faucets,” says Drake. “It’s about what allows you to relax and enjoy, and what puts a smile on your face.”
Lexi Lawson Hosts Fellow Hamilton Stars for Holiday Shindig
If swanky, star-studded holiday parties were a contest, then Hamilton star Lexi Lawson may have taken home top honors with her most recent shindig. Lawson hosted fifty of her Hamilton castmates and Broadway friends with catered food, drinks, and season cheer, which, of course, included boisterous rounds of Tony-worthy caroling, in the Jamie Drake-designed model residence at Manhattan View at MiMA. Lawson recently moved into a two-bedroom condo in the building, guaranteeing more show tunes will ring down the halls at 460 West 42nd Street for the foreseeable future.
‘Hamilton’ Star is Loving Her 42nd Street Condo
When Lexi Lawson was growing up in the Bronx, she was drawn to Midtown and the bright lights of Broadway. Today, the Hamilton star can call the neighborhood home, thanks to her new two-bedroom condo at Manhattan View at MiMA. In addition to its convenient location, minutes away from the Hamilton stage at Richard Rodgers Theatre, Lawson’s Hudson Yards residence offers views of the George Washington Bridge and the rest of the city skyline. But best of all is the view of Broadway below, which, Lawson says, still takes her breath away.
Have You Heard…
Hamilton star Lexi Lawson can easily walk to work—and the bright lights of Broadway—now that she has moved in of the Hudson Yards condos at Manhattan View at MiMA. The actress and her husband recently moved into their new 1,400-square-foot Jamie Drake-designed abode, which is outfitted with smart-home technology and floor-to-ceiling windows that frame views of the Theater District, the Hudson River, and beyond. The building also boasts a staggering 44,000 square feet of luxe amenities, like a residents-only Equinox gym, golf simulator, and screening rooms, as well as a private dog grooming service that is the perfect perk for Lawson’s Yorkshire Terrier, Seven.
‘Hamilton’ Actress Moves to Midtown Luxury Residence on West 42nd Street
Actress Lexi Lawson can now walk home from work at the Richard Rodgers Theatre, where she stars in the Tony-winning Broadway phenomenon Hamilton. Lawson’s 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath residence at Manhattan View at MiMA, a sleek 63-story glass tower in Hell’s Kitchen, features Jamie Drake-designed interiors, smart-home technology, and sweeping river and skyline views from floor-to-ceiling windows. Even by ultra-luxe New York City standards, the roster of amenities at Lawson’s new home are truly jaw-dropping—from basketball and volleyball courts and a private Equinox gym with a heated indoor lap pool to multiple landscaped terraces and a professionally staffed pet spa. Residents can also enjoy Manhattan View at MiMA’s indoor and outdoor screening rooms, children’s playroom, and game and billiards room, or try to channel some of Lawson’s celebrated singing skills in the karaoke lounge.
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These days, the two things every New Yorker dreams of are Hamilton tickets and prime Manhattan real estate. Actress Lexi Lawson, who plays Eliza Hamilton in the celebrated musical, might be the luckiest New Yorker alive as she recently moved into a two-bedroom condo in Manhattan View at MiMA. In addition to enjoying the floor-to-ceiling windows, the chef’s kitchen, and the breathtaking panoramic views of the iconic Manhattan skyline, Lawson can now walk to work from her new condominium residence.
Hamilton Star Blown Away By Her New $3M Condo
Actress Lexi Lawson, best known for her role on Broadway as the wife of the titular character in Hamilton, is living the dream with a new home in Manhattan View at MiMA. The actress recently moved into a two-bedroom condominium in the luxury Midtown development situated on the upper floors of the tower on 42nd Street. Lawson’s swoon-worthy Jamie Drake-designed home comes outfitted with smart-home technology, panoramic views of the city, from the Hudson River to Central Park, and access to building amenities like a private 18,000-square foot Equinox gym, basketball and volleyball courts, a fully staffed pet spa, and private dining on the building’s spacious terraces. “I’m blown away,” says Lawson of her new home. “When I wake up and walk out to the living room and see Times Square and the Hudson River, it takes my breath away.”
Big Money, Small Pad: New York City’s Million-Dollar Studios
In the rarefied world of New York City luxury real estate, a million-dollar studio is a wise and versatile investment for many. Buyers are turning to these compact environments for extra office space, pieds-à-terre, or entry-level homes. Especially among new buyers, part of the allure of purchasing a studio in a high-end development is the access to a range of luxury amenities. At Manhattan View at MiMa, the Hudson Yards condominiums, residents can take advantage of the screening room, lounge, and residents-only fitness club managed by Equinox. They can also easily convert their studios into one-bedroom apartments with the simple addition of a door or wall.
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Celebrity designer Jamie Drake is adding the crown jewel to Manhattan’s MiMA tower by transforming the building’s top 13 stories into 151 luxury homes, ranging in size from studios to three bedrooms. These Midtown condominiums, aptly renamed “Manhattan View at MiMA,” boast unparalleled panoramic views of the city.
Things Are Looking Up
New York City’s iconic skyline provides an ideal backdrop for the residents lucky enough to call the top floors of Manhattan View at MiMA home. Interior Design Hall of Famer Jamie Drake has transformed the building’s top 13 stories into 151 luxury condominiums outfitted with floor-to-ceiling windows, wide-plank floors, marble counters, Gaggenau appliances, and a home automation system that allows residents to control their lights, thermostat, and electronics at the touch of a button. “Each and every residence [at Manhattan View] has its own uniquely stunning view,” explains Drake. “And my design for the interiors celebrates that.”
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You don’t have to play for the Knicks to train like one. At the luxury Midtown condos at Manhattan View, residents will have the private M Club at their disposal, which boasts a private Equinox gym outfitted with an indoor basketball court perfect for practicing layups and three-point shots, in addition to a volleyball court, lap pool, yoga studio, boxing studio, and cardio facilities.
Manhattan View Condo Launches Full Website
Future residents can now experience the Midtown condominiums at Manhattan View firsthand, courtesy of a new virtual tour available on the building’s newly revamped website. Developed by Kuafu Properties and SCG America and designed by Jamie Drake, the 151 luxury residences at Manhattan View on the top 13 stories of the MiMA Manhattan tower will provide residents exclusive amenities, including floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking iconic Manhattan landmarks like the Empire State Building, in addition to wide-plank oak floors, Gaggenau appliances, lacquer cabinetry, Carrara marble flooring, and glass-encased Calacatta marble showers. The building’s amenities package includes an outdoor cinema, doggie daycare, private lap pool, and Equinox gym facilities.
Smart technology is now an integral part of the latest luxury homes, starting with the Midtown condominiums at Manhattan View at MiMA. These Jamie Drake-designed residences come outfitted with built-in iPorts that offer residents convenient centralized control of the temperature of their home, as well as video security, top-of-the-line smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, automated light controls, and keyless home entry.
Scoping Out the Views from Condo Conversion Manhattan View at MiMA
The top floors of MiMA tower have undergone a metamorphosis from rental units into the 151 luxury Midtown condominiums now known as Manhattan View at MiMA. Ranging in size from studios to three bedrooms, with up to 2,135 square feet of space, the eco-friendly, Jamie Drake-designed homes have achieved LEED Gold certification and are outfitted with marble counters, stainless steel sinks, keyless entry, and a cutting-edge home automation system for added convenience and security.
In Midtown: Condos, to Rentals, to Condos Again
The rental apartments on the top 13 floors of the famed MiMA building will be converted back to luxury Midtown condominiums, as they were originally conceived when the property was first designed and built. Now, under the helm of new developers Kuafu Properties and SCG America, MiMA’s upper floors will soon be known as “Manhattan View at MiMA,” with interiors transformed by celebrity designer Jamie Drake. Each of the 151 new luxury residences will be outfitted with wide-plank oak flooring, Carrara marble counters, white lacquer cabinets, Gaggenau appliances, and custom bath fixtures. Manhattan View residents will also have access to remarkable amenities, including a separate attended lobby, private Equinox gym, basketball court, outdoor screening space, children’s playroom, outdoor terraces, and pet care facilities.