The southern and eastern exposures from this bright and generously proportioned one-bedroom home offer unparalleled skyline views, which capture the true pulse of New York City. On the penultimate residential floor of The Strand, apartment 40B is at the center of one of Manhattan's most exciting neighborhoods-Hell's Kitchen.
An entry foyer niche perfect for showcasing art, high ceilings, an open-plan living and dining space, an expansive bedroom and plentiful closets add to the luxurious feeling of this spectacular home. The kitchen features new stainless steel refrigerator, dishwasher and gas range. The bathroom with tub is clad in Cararra marble. With access from both the living room and the bedroom, the private balcony offers both Manhattan skyline and Hudson River views.
Upon entering The Strand luxury condominium, residents and guests are greeted by elegant landscaping, with seasonal plantings and two cascading fountains, as well as a grand, minimalist lobby. Designed by noted architect Costas Kondylis Associates, The Strand features a resident manager, 24-hour concierge service, doorman, garage parking and laundry on each floor. The entire 42nd floor is dedicated to The Strand Health Club-a swimming pool, a gym and a sundeck-all with Manhattan skyline and Hudson River views. Steam rooms, saunas and a lounge for post-workout relaxation complete this skytop retreat. The Strand is a pet-friendly community.
The Hell's Kitchen neighborhood is perfectly situated for touring The Shed cultural center at Hudson Yards and the art galleries of Chelsea, taking in a Broadway show in the Theatre District and dining out. From Restaurant Row classics such as Barbetta and Bar Centrale to contemporary favorites 44&X Hell's Kitchen, Anejo, The Marshal, Meme Mediterranean, Le Prive, and Gotham West Market, the neighborhood is one of New York City's culinary hubs.
A few short blocks from the Hudson River Park, residents of The Strand enjoy biking, kayaking and other adventures on water and land. Commuting and exploring the city is a breeze with the A, C, E, N, Q, R, W, 1, 2, 3 and 7 trains nearby.
Can be combined with 40A to create a convertible four bedroom. Architect Jeffrey Langsam has created a floor plan for this combination.