Midtown Manhattan is nothing if not exciting, and Manhattan View at MiMA—the centerpiece of Midtown—perfectly captures the area’s essence in every luxury condominium unit and within the property as a whole.
“I was inspired by the continually exhilarating, effervescent spirit of the great city I call home and love so much,” lead interior designer Jamie Drake told W42ST Magazine. “With icons of the city sparkling and glittering outside every window, I wanted to bring that same excitement and elegance inside. Each and every residence has its own uniquely stunning view and my design for the interiors celebrates that.”
Manhattan View—the collection of condominiums on the top 13 floors of the MiMA building—sits 500 feet above the streets of Midtown, capturing its energy through interior design and through unobstructed floor-to-ceiling views of the city. High-gloss lacquer cabinets and Gaggenau appliances grace the kitchens. Marble flooring in the master bathrooms and wide-plank oak floors throughout the rest of each residence add just the right amount of warmth and elegance.
These lovely touches make a home at Manhattan View at MiMa a true haven, while the amenities spaces help make the building your center of action throughout the day. Play a game of pickup basketball or billiards on-site with your exclusive M Club membership, or allow Fido to enjoy an afternoon romping with his canine companions at the building’s Dog City day care and spa. A 58-foot indoor heated lap pool provides plenty of room for low-impact exercise. The North Terrace includes a dedicated outdoor kitchen/grilling area for a barbecue among the best of friends. On the South Terrace, you can recline on a lounge chair and take in a movie under the stars, projected in grand-sized glory along the viewing wall.
While the name “MiMA” was coined specifically for the MiMA building on West 42nd Street, it has since become synonymous with Midtown Manhattan as well. Both meanings of “MiMA”—the building and the neighborhood—stand as an epicenter for the excitement and electric energy that is New York.
If you decide to go out, many options for an entertaining night on the town are within walking distance of MiMA’s glass tower. Pershing Square Signature Center—directly downstairs from Manhattan View at MiMA—houses three theaters, a bookstore, and a cafe for pre- and post-show bites and beverages. During the busiest months, the center hosts events nearly every night of the week.
Zagat-rated Esca, a mere block away, is known for its seafood dishes such as squid-ink pasta and grilled octopus. Salmon benedict and stuffed French toast delight the taste buds at brunch at Joe Allen, a restaurant equally loved for its food and its display of posters from Broadway theatre flops.
As your day on the town winds to a close, indulge in the simple, luxurious pleasures that await at your Manhattan View at MiMA home. After the concierge greets you in the lobby, you dim the lights in your condo, turn down the temperature in the bedroom, and cue the perfect slumber-time playlist—all accessible from your phone, thanks to the “smart” features built into your home. Smart, sleek, and perfectly satisfying. This, in a nutshell, is Manhattan View at MiMA.