Feel festive all year round: The best apartments for sale near Rockefeller Center

Posted On Thu, December 17, 2020 By

Posted On Thu, December 17, 2020 By In Cool Listings, Features, Midtown

There’s no place like New York during the holidays. Even in the middle of a pandemic, the city manages to still feel magical this time of year. And Rockefeller Center, with its iconic Christmas Tree, ice skating rink, and Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall, remains the city’s crown jewel of the season. For those who want to feel festive all year round, we’ve found the best apartments located within walking distance to Rockefeller Plaza and priced below $1.5 million, from a $530,000 charming pre-war pad in Midtown East to a $1.27 million Theater District one-bedroom with 12-foot ceilings and a shared outdoor terrace with a fireplace.


Photos courtesy of The Corcoran Group

247 West 46th Steet, #2105
Midtown West
A sun-drenched one-bedroom just half of a mile from Rockefeller Center is asking $1.27 million. Measuring 750 square feet, the home at 247 West 46th Street features soaring 12-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and light hardwood oak floors. The spa-like bath has a luxurious windowed soaking tub and a glass-enclosed standing shower, the chef’s kitchen is well-equipped, and there is an in-unit washer-dryer. The apartment sits in The Platinum, a 43-story full-service condo with an impressive collection of amenities, including a fitness center with indoor and outdoor yoga studios, a golf simulator, and an outdoor terrace with a stone fireplace. Located in the Theater District, the building is surrounded by much of what makes New York, New York, from Broadway shows and shopping of Fifth Avenue to Central Park and Bryant Park.

[Listing details: 247 West 46th Street, #2105 at CityRealty]
[At The Corcoran Group by Victoria Rong Kennedy]


Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

100 West 39th Street, #37E
Garment District
In the heart of Midtown, a $975,000 corner one-bedroom at a 90-unit high-rise is available. Located at 100 West 39th Street, the apartment is near notable city landmarks like the Empire State Building, New York Public Library, and Grand Central Terminal, as well as both Bryant Park and Rockefeller Center. Inside, the 37th-floor unit boasts white Italian marble countertops and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, oversized views with expansive city views, and bamboo wood floors. The Bryant Park Tower offers residents a 24-hour doorman, full-time concierge, fitness center, and free on-site laundry.

[Listing details: 100 West 39th Street, 37E at CityRealty]
[At Douglas Elliman by Wendy Lee]


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142 East 49th Street, #9E
Midtown East
A charming pre-war pad at 142 East 49th Street is on the market for $530,000. The one-bedroom, one-bath is on the top floor of the Art Deco-style building, which allows for lots of natural light to shine through three different exposures. Nice architectural details can be found throughout, including built-ins and beamed ceilings. With a flexible living space, king-sized bedroom, and a separate kitchen, the home is spacious but manages to still feel cozy. And just a 10-minute walk west, passing the famous holiday window display at Saks Fifth Avenue along the way, is Rockefeller Center.

[Listing details: 142 East 49th Street, #9E at CityRealty]
[At The Corcoran Group by Zain Chamoun]


Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

17 West 54th Street, #10A
Midtown West
Asking $1.1 million, this recently-renovated one-bedroom at 17 West 54th Street charms throughout, from its stunning herringbone floors to its vintage iron mantle above the fireplace. The modern kitchen features seamless Leicht cabinets, double Gaggenau ovens, Bosch stovetop and dishwasher, and a smart Liebherr refrigerator. An updated bathroom and large walk-in closet lead to the bright bedroom. One of the most sought-after pre-war buildings in the neighborhood, the Rockefeller Apartments sit across the street from the Museum of Modern Art, granting some of the units views of the sculpture garden. Just minutes from the building is the best Manhattan has to offer, like Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Central Park, Rockefeller Center Plaza, and the Fifth Avenue corridor.

[Listing details: 17 West 54th Street, #10A at CityRealty]
[At Douglas Elliman by Bernie Rubin and Ellen Flynn]


Photos courtesy of Warburg Realty

25 West 54th Street, Apt 10C
Midtown
With a grand entrance gallery, sunken living room, and beamed ceilings, this one-bedroom at 25 West 54th Street exudes pre-war elegance. Now on the market for $549,000, the tenth-floor corner unit is nice and bright, thanks to the wrapping windows in the living room and dining area. The fixtures may need some updating, but “its superior bones make it a special home,” according to the listing. The apartment sits in Regent House, an Art Deco co-op constructed in 1939 by architect William M.D. Dowling. Residents have access to a laundry room, back patio, and a large roof deck. The building is located directly across from MoMA, surrounded by some of the city’s best cultural offerings, restaurants, and retail.

[Listing details: 25 West 54th Street, Apt 10C at CityRealty]
[At Warburg Realty by Jason Haber]


Photos courtesy of Warburg Realty

100 West 57th Street, Apt 4JK
Midtown
Here’s a chance to live on Billionaires’ Row for under $1 million. A three-bedroom, three-bath combined apartment at 100 West 57th Street is on the market for $799,000, which is deeply discounted from the original asking price. With units J and K included, the buyer has the potential to create a palatial dream home. In addition to the concierge, storage, and on-site garage, the location of the Carnegie House co-up, minutes from Central Park, Columbus Circle, and Rockefeller Center, with the subway just outside of the front door, make it stand out, even among its supertall neighbors.

[Listing details: 100 West 57th Street, Apt 4JK at CityRealty]
[At Warburg Realty by Bonnie Lindenbaum]

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