Douglas Elliman Development Marketing (DEDM) announced today that it has launched leasing for 445, a new residential rental building located at 445 W 35th Street, at the intersection of New York City’s Hudson Yards and Chelsea neighborhoods.
With a boutique feel, 445 is the sister building to The Lewis which was 100% leased in only five months, reflecting the market’s interest in thoughtfully designed residences with modern amenities in a prime location.
445 boasts modern comfort and convenience in 118 unique, stylish residences ranging from studio to three-bedroom layouts. Prices start from approximately $3,000 per month. Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is the exclusive leasing and marketing agent for the building.
Each residence at 445 features sleek fixtures and finishes, including wide-plank oak hardwood flooring, custom Italian cabinetry, silk white Caesarstone countertops, paneled dishwashers and Liebherr refrigerators, full height tiled bathrooms, deep soaking tubs, walk-in showers in select residences, ornate black stainless steel fixtures, Bosch washer/dryer, ample closet space, and soundproof double pane windows with retractable solar shades. Select residences also offer private terraces.
The pet-friendly 445 offers multiple terraces, including an expansive rooftop with grills, illuminated by a striking backdrop of the city skyline. Additional amenities offer many options to unwind after a long day, ranging from a fully attended lobby and concierge service to a resident’s lounge, bicycle storage, and fitness center.
“445 brings with it the same elevated level of finish and boutique feel that made The Lewis a standout in the market.” said JR Sena, senior marketing director at Douglas Elliman Development Marketing. “I like to think of the projects as yin and yang, with The Lewis having a deeper, darker palette and 445 featuring a softer, lighter palette that we expect will be a homerun with renters in the area.”
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