Meet Henry Hall, a posh rental property in Hudson Yards located close to The Shops at Hudson Yards. Situated in NYC?s newest neighborhood that represents the residential intersection of New York?s lively nightlife and a boutique hotel-lifestyle, designed by Silicone Valleys most in-demand in creative disrupter: Ken Fulk. Henry Hall is redefining NYC luxury to create spaces that are designed for both relaxation and socializing, with amenities that suit every lifestyle.
Henry Hall is a rent stabilized building, offering renewal increases which are capped each year so residents avoid the common hike in renewal rate pricing. Each year the Rent Guidelines Board of New York City meets to determine the increase that governs rent stabilized buildings.
Washers & Dryers in Every Unit
Premium Brass Fixtures in All Kitchens
Luxury Stainless-Steel Appliances by Bosch and KitchenAid
Ash Hardwood Flooring
Stark White Quartz Countertops
Impressive Bathrooms Features
Oversized Steel-Encased Windows
Sweeping City View Options
Custom-Designed Bathrooms with Integrated Vanity Lighting
Jam Room with Recording Software, Karaoke, Drum Sets, Plus Additional Instruments
Roof Deck with Sunset Views of The Hudson River
BBQ Grilling Area
State-of-the-Art 24 Hour Fitness Center
Dining Room for Hosting Private Events
VIP Lowdown Lounge
Peloton Bike Studio
On-Site Management Team
Maintenance Staff On-Site Daily
Catering Options Available
Whimsical Florals Throughout the Building
VIP Access to Restaurant, Bar, and Cafe in Building
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Nestled between Hell's Kitchen and Chelsea is a newer addition
to the Manhattan neighborhood family. Hudson Yards is a development
that broke ground in 2012 and has seen major progress within the
last few years. It attempts to entice all New Yorkers via
residential buildings, art centers, public gardens, and green
Before Hudson Yards, there was The West Side Yard, which is used
as a storage space for the trains of the Long Island Rail Road.
Much of the land had been consolidated over the years, meaning
there was a decent amount of space that could be used for
development. The plan for mixed-use development was put forth in
2008 and the groundbreaking for 10 Hudson Yards took place in
December of 2012.
Since then, eight of the proposed sixteen buildings have been
completed, as well as a public green space. The next phase of
Hudson Yards construction will finish out the project and is
expected to be complete in 2024. Several major…
Hudson Yards Apartments, 10018 Apartments
The apartment is a unit offered at a monthly price of $3,857. This is a luxury doorman / elevator building. The building also boasts a fitness center to help residents stay in great shape. Both cats and dogs are allowed, but as always, double check with the manager about any specific pet concerns you may have.
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