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Inside Manhattan View and the Transformation of Manhattan’s Far West Side

Transformation. The idea brings to mind dramatic change. The term is certainly apropos for Manhattan’s Far West Side, a formerly industrial expanse bordered by Central Park South, Midtown East, and the Hudson River that is now among the most buzzed-about areas in all of the city. The onetime grit has been replaced by one glittering high-rise after another, drawing New Yorkers away from Chelsea and Park Slope and Greenwich Village to the prospect of live-work-play in an up-and-coming (but also already-there) locale. And high above these bustling New York City streets, a particularly unique luxury residential project is further commanding attention to the area’s newly enriched new-home landscape.

Manhattan View is a collection of 147 high-end condominiums occupying the top 13 floors of Related Companies’ 63-floor, full-service, LEED Gold Certified MiMA building. The condos, which range from $1.6 million studios to nearly $6 million four-bedroom penthouses, offer unsurpassed city and water views.

Manhattan View marks a bold new partnership between ON Collaborative, Coldwell Banker’s development marketing and sales company that specializes in new construction developments, and Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group, which has been tapped for sales of the individual units.

“ON Collaborative and Corcoran Sunshine are collaborating to bring this development to life for the benefit of buyers and brokers,” said Craig Hogan, vice president of luxury for Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. “Manhattan View is one of the many up-and-coming new construction urban luxury developments that ON Collaborative has in the pipeline this year. It reinforces a trend we identified years ago and continue to see bear out in the marketplace. All of the data we have in front of us now points to new luxury development as a serious part of the real estate market.”

According to David Wolf, president of ON Collaborative, Manhattan View checks off all the boxes for buyers who want a piece of the exclusive Manhattan real estate pie.

“Manhattan View is located in the fastest-growing area of Manhattan right next to Hudson Yards and Midtown West, and this project fits perfectly into that scene,” he said. “The value-add for buyers is in the prime location, the luxe features, and the incredible amenities, certainly. But, the unobstructed, panoramic views from every single residence are really unparalleled. Even the smallest units have impeccable city views.”

Depending on the unit, those views can drink in a broad swath of the city, extending from the south to the east, overlooking both the Hudson and East rivers, as well as the midtown and downtown Manhattan skylines, past iconic New York landmarks including the Empire State Building, the George Washington Bridge, the Intrepid Museum, and the Long Island Sound—and all enjoyed through floor-to-ceiling windows. Each unit is filled with high-end features and finishes to rival the vistas, including custom-designed lacquer cabinets, marble waterfall-edge countertops, and Gaggenau appliances in the gourmet kitchens.

Owners at Manhattan View also enjoy a full concierge experience —as do their dogs— with an extensive array of on-site services and 44,000 square feet of resident amenities designed by Neal Beckstedt. Manhattan View’s amenity package includes a doorman, a private, resident-only Equinox fitness center, a regulation-size basketball court, an indoor swimming pool, a golf simulator, and an outdoor cinema. The building also features its own dog spa with an outdoor run, grooming opportunities, and doggy daycare.

“Manhattan View offers the quintessential luxury high rise experience that New Yorkers want and expect,” added Wolf. “They want full-service everything — private pools, gyms and wellness facilities, lounges and tech centers, and even pet-friendly amenities. They have panoramas of the entire city, then they can walk outside their door and be in one of the hippest neighborhoods in the city. It’s all about the lifestyle.”

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