40 West 55th Street is right at the junction of Midtown West and East, blending a curious mix of roaming tourists and rushing workers. St Patrick's Cathedral and Central Park are right around the corner as well as the upscale shops of 5th Ave and Madison.
The pre-war condominium was built in 1924 by the Italian American architect Rosario Candela, renowned for many apartment building designs during the 20s. Its thirty-five units all feature two bedrooms and two bathrooms with a cozy fireplace in the living room area. Walk in the lobby to have a taste of what the interiors look like, designed by Sean Johnson decor, you will appreciate the inspiration from the Museum of Modern Art.