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Silver Towers

620 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
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Residential

The two-tiered, 60-story, 1,359-unit apartment complex on the far West Side of Manhattan known as Silver Towers has one noteworthy superlative in particular: Its 75-foot-long pool is the longest in any New York City residential building.

Silver Towers, along 11th Avenue between 41st Street and 42nd Street, was born during the last real estate boom, after its developer, private landlord Silverstein Properties, opted to build residential rather than office on the plot of land it had acquired in the mid-1980s. Silver Towers was finished and opened in 2009. Costas Kondylis designed them.

Despite its far West Side location, the complex skews toward the luxury end when it comes to rents. Active rentals as of mid-spring 2015 averaged $4,190 a month, and recent leases averaged $4,332 a month, according to Streeteasy.

The development also features a quarter-acre park with sculpture by Tom Otterness. -TA

  • Year Built 2005
  • residential units 1,359
  • total units 1,359
  • square feet 1,069,903
  • block and lot 1-01089-7502
  • BIN 1088643
  • Event Retail Leasing
  • Address 600 West 42nd Street
  • Neighborhood Clinton
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 6,500
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The pet care facility signed a 10-year lease at Silver Towers. The reported asking rent was $75 per square foot.

01/14/2016
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10/29/2009
In fact, two mammoth projects now leasing include Silver Towers, with 1,275 units, in the Times Square area, a submarket that saw rents tumble 19 percent, from $4,810 to $3,908...