Apartments feature floor to ceiling double-paned windows, some with amazing city views, white oak strip floors, 9 foot ceilings, ample closet space, and are pre-wired for high speed internet. Kitchens include honed granite countertops, Moen sinks, GE Profile stainless steel appliances, porcelain tile floors and mosaic tile backsplash. Bathrooms include porcelain tile floors, Luna marble tub surround, and oversized showerheads. The building also has a roof-deck with 360 degree panoramic views.
The building features a concierge service, fitness room, lovely roof garden, garage and nice court yard, landscaped terrace with game tables, a media lounge, a screening room, a fitness center, complimentary continental breakfasts, sundeck, and is close to many subway lines.
Erected in 2006, this 41-story tower has 283 rental apartments. It's all highlighted by three center five-story-high boxes of 25 windows framed in white, contrasting dramatically with the building's dark facades. The building has a marquee entrance, and its second story has protruding glass windows. Stands close to Koreatown, described by the Times as a place where "prying out its secrets is part of the allure... With Chelsea and Gramercy Park hemming it in, Koreatown has come up in the world, acquiring an affiliation with SoFi (South Fifth Avenue) and NoMad (north of Madison Square). The rakish Main Street - West 32nd Street between Fifth and Broadway - has so many kimchi and karaoke joints, Internet cafes, and all-night spas that they have started stacking up, Seoul-style."