• $4,200

no fee

RENTED 03/29/2023
  • 1 bed
  • 1 bath
RENTED
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  • Available:03/27/2023
  • Days on market:395

Spacious one bed on a high floor with unobstrcuted views facing North. Granite Countertops Stainless Steel Appliances Concierge Doorman Laundry Facilities Pet Friendly Bike Room Complimentary Fitness Center Landscaped Private Outdoor Space Valet Services No Fee Located in the heart of the Theater District, this renovated building is centrally situated in the bustle and excitement of Midtown. This residential building offers unparalleled access to transportation, recreation, dining and entertainment. 420 West 42nd Street offers spectacular city and river views, floor-to-ceiling windows, stainless steel appliances, concierge service, valet, complimentary fitness center and landscaped outdoor spaces.

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Maintenance Rating

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Typical for luxury buildings in excellent condition


Bed Bug History

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Next Steps

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    Meet at the building

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    Ask the agent any questions during your tour


Closing Tips

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  • The entire application and lease signing process is done online
  • Income must be 40x rent, 80x with guarantors

Midtown West

Also referred to as Clinton or Hell’s Kitchen, Midtown West has grown into a well-developed residential location with many glass high-rises offering direct views of the Hudson River, upper and lower Manhattan, and the iconic Midtown skyline. The modern skyscrapers are juxtaposed with pre-war buildings, as well as the occasional brownstone. Ninth Avenue, the heart of the neighborhood, is famous for its restaurants, nightlife, and markets, and serves as a home to Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Baryshnikov Arts Center and Ars Nova Theater. A walk along the tree-lined streets of Midtown West provides a glimpse into New York’s past, present and future.