The Link - 310 West 52nd Street

Clinton / Hell's Kitchen | 8th Ave. & 9th Ave.

 

Description

Basement Storage, Landscaped Garden, Concierge, Meditation Room,
Basement Storage, Landscaped Garden, Concierge, Meditation Room,
Building Specifics
Units: 210
Ownership: Condo
Stories: 40
Green Building: No
Pets: Pets OK
New Development: No
Doorman
Elevator
Health Club
Lounge
Roof Deck
Storage
Courtyard
 

About Clinton / Hell's Kitchen

Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen Neighborhood in NYC: MIDTOWN 

Besides its vicinity to Penn Station, the Lincoln Tunnel, and Port Authority Bus Terminal, Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen is a hub for international cuisine and a home for emerging entertainers. Formerly, 19th century townhouses and walk-ups dominated the neighborhood—between 34th street and 59th street, from Eighth Avenue to the Hudson River—but since zoning restrictions have relaxed, new construction has brought increased residential spaces into the area.

The postmodern, 50-story, One Worldwide Plaza contains condos close to Central Park with open city views and amenities including a 24-hour doorman and health club. The luxury condominium buildings also serve as headquarters to law firms and the Off-Broadway theaters like New World Stages. Another standout building is the Hearst Tower, the first “green” high-rise office building in New York City, built on top of the original six-story office building.

Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen has nurtured several prominent artists such as Alicia Keys, Robert De Niro and Tom Hanks. Aspiring artists—and at one point some of today’s biggest stars—enjoy easy transportation and proximity to Broadway theaters. Places like Sony Music Studio and studios for The Colbert Report and The Daily Show are also close. The actors in the area created the lush, Clinton Community Garden to add more greenery to the neighborhood beyond Hell’s Kitchen Park.

Besides parks and live theaters, residents partake in the annual International Food Festival each May and enjoy the famous Restaurant Row on 46th Street between 8th and 9th avenue year-round. Ethnic cuisines range from Italian food from Becco (owned by Lidia Bastianich and her son) to Turkish food from Smyrna.

Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen continues to evolve—changing the Manhattan cityscape and attracting new talent.

Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen Neighborhood in NYC: MIDTOWN 

Besides its vicinity to Penn Station, the Lincoln Tunnel, and Port Authority Bus Terminal, Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen is a hub for international cuisine and a home for emerging entertainers. Formerly, 19th century townhouses and walk-ups dominated the neighborhood—between 34th street and 59th street, from Eighth Avenue to the Hudson River—but since zoning restrictions have relaxed, new construction has brought increased residential spaces into the area.

The postmodern, 50-story, One Worldwide Plaza contains condos close to Central Park with open city views and amenities including a 24-hour doorman and health club. The luxury condominium buildings also serve as headquarters to law firms and the Off-Broadway theaters like New World Stages. Another standout building is the Hearst Tower, the first “green” high-rise office building in New York City, built on top of the original six-story office building.

Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen has nurtured several prominent artists such as Alicia Keys, Robert De Niro and Tom Hanks. Aspiring artists—and at one point some of today’s biggest stars—enjoy easy transportation and proximity to Broadway theaters. Places like Sony Music Studio and studios for The Colbert Report and The Daily Show are also close. The actors in the area created the lush, Clinton Community Garden to add more greenery to the neighborhood beyond Hell’s Kitchen Park.

Besides parks and live theaters, residents partake in the annual International Food Festival each May and enjoy the famous Restaurant Row on 46th Street between 8th and 9th avenue year-round. Ethnic cuisines range from Italian food from Becco (owned by Lidia Bastianich and her son) to Turkish food from Smyrna.

Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen continues to evolve—changing the Manhattan cityscape and attracting new talent.

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Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen Neighborhood in NYC: MIDTOWN 

Besides its vicinity to Penn Station, the Lincoln Tunnel, and Port Authority Bus Terminal, Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen is a hub for international cuisine and a home for emerging entertainers. Formerly, 19th century townhouses and walk-ups dominated the neighborhood—between 34th street and 59th street, from Eighth Avenue to the Hudson River—but since zoning restrictions have relaxed, new construction has brought increased residential spaces into the area.

The postmodern, 50-story, One Worldwide Plaza contains condos close to Central Park with open city views and amenities including a 24-hour doorman and health club. The luxury condominium buildings also serve as headquarters to law firms and the Off-Broadway theaters like New World Stages. Another standout building is the Hearst Tower, the first “green” high-rise office building in New York City, built on top of the original six-story office building.

Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen has nurtured several prominent artists such as Alicia Keys, Robert De Niro and Tom Hanks. Aspiring artists—and at one point some of today’s biggest stars—enjoy easy transportation and proximity to Broadway theaters. Places like Sony Music Studio and studios for The Colbert Report and The Daily Show are also close. The actors in the area created the lush, Clinton Community Garden to add more greenery to the neighborhood beyond Hell’s Kitchen Park.

Besides parks and live theaters, residents partake in the annual International Food Festival each May and enjoy the famous Restaurant Row on 46th Street between 8th and 9th avenue year-round. Ethnic cuisines range from Italian food from Becco (owned by Lidia Bastianich and her son) to Turkish food from Smyrna.

Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen continues to evolve—changing the Manhattan cityscape and attracting new talent.

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