Hell’s Kitchen’s 535W43 Kicks Off Leasing and Offers One Month’s Free Rent

Posted On Sun, July 3, 2016 By

Posted On Sun, July 3, 2016 By In Apartment Deals, Hell's Kitchen, New Developments, Rentals

CetraRuddy‘s through-block rental development 535W43 is now complete, and this past Thursday the development team threw a grand opening event inside the Hell’s Kitchen haven. The finished product ranks as one of the neighborhood’s most handsome new additions, comprised of two 14-story towers whose street-facing facades are clad in an industrial-inspired skin of multi-tone bricks, grand casement windows, and dark metal accents.

Across its 263,300 square feet of floor area are 180 no-fee apartments ranging from studios to two-bedrooms. For a limited time, the leasing team headed by Douglas Elliman is offering new renters one month free on newly signed leases. Seven apartments are now on the market with net-effective rents starting at $3,000/month for studios, $4,080 for one-bedrooms, and $6,785 for two-bedrooms.

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The project was developed through a partnership between DHA CapitalPatrinely Group and USAA Real Estate Company, who purchased the former industrial site for $50 million in 2012.

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Apartments feature blonde, Swedish wood flooring, in-unit washers and dryers, and individual room-controlled heating and air conditioning. Kitchens are equipped with dark wood veneer cabinetry, Caesarstone countertops and stainless steel appliances that include Blomberg refrigerators, GE ranges and microwaves and Bosch dishwashers. Bathrooms are outfitted with floor-to-ceiling tile, oversized medicine cabinets, and custom vanities.

535W43, CetraRuddy, Hell's Kitchen Apartments, Manhattan rentals, NYC apartments

535W43, CetraRuddy, Hell's Kitchen Apartments, Manhattan rentals, NYC apartments

535W43, CetraRuddy, Hell's Kitchen Apartments, Manhattan rentals, NYC apartments

The building’s common spaces benefit from uniquely tailored scents and sounds customized to reflect the building’s personality and atmosphere. Between the structures is a two-level landscaped courtyard, part of the building’s more than 20,000 square feet of amenity space. There’s also two landscaped rooftop terraces with space for outdoor cooking, a 24-hour doorman, Abigail Michael’s Concierge service, a state-of-the-art fitness center and yoga space, pet spa, demonstration kitchen with space for private parties, sound-proof screening room, game room, club lounge, and a furnished children’s play room. Also provided are private storage units and two street-level bicycle storage rooms with electric air pumps.

535W43, CetraRuddy, Hell's Kitchen Apartments, Manhattan rentals, NYC apartments

535W43, CetraRuddy, Hell's Kitchen Apartments, Manhattan rentals, NYC apartments

View listings for 535W43 at CityRealty. And visit CityRealty’s no-fee rentals page for other apartment deals in the city.

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