Midtown Living On and Above The Street
The luxury Midtown Manhattan condos at The Centrale combine an unprecedented array of amenities and masterful architectural details with a location that puts all the best Manhattan has to offer right outside your door. Midtown is famous for being one of the most exciting places on the planet, but what is it like to live at the center of it all? Here is a glimpse of a day in the life at The Centrale, where everything you need for the quintessential New York City lifestyle is right at your fingertips.
Wake up to stunning views of the Manhattan skyline and Central Park. Step into your Champalimaud-designed marble-clad kitchen and whip up an energizing batch of green juice. The ingredients for this fresh organic health tonic can all be found at (or delivered to you by) your local Whole Foods, located just a few blocks away. Next, take a refreshing morning dip in the building’s 75-foot saltwater pool, strikingly clad in soothing marble and crowned with a sculptural light fixture. Complete your morning routine with an in-home spa experience in your master bath, outfitted with top-of-the-line bath and beauty products from Saks Fifth Avenue.
There’s a good chance that living in Midtown means you have the luxury of walking to work and grabbing a croissant and a latte at Blue Bottle Coffee on your way. You also have easy access to most of New York’s subway lines, not to mention all the transportation options to points near and far at Grand Central Terminal.
On your walk home, take advantage of the world’s best luxury shopping district with a stop at Tiffany & Co. to pick up a holiday gift for a special friend or family member. Then swing by Burberry for the ideal fall-to-winter signature coat, like the Kensington Heritage Trench Coat, which captures the cosmopolitan spirit of Midtown while channeling British elegance.
Choosing what to do for dinner includes options like Le Bernardin, which is, according to Lonely Planet, “a luxe, fine-dining holy grail. At the helm is French-born celebrity chef Éric Ripert, whose deceptively simple-looking seafood often borders on the transcendental.” If all you want, though, after a long day is to gather with friends over the perfect steak and a chilled martini, there’s the classic New York favorite Smith & Wollensky right across the street.
Ready for a nightcap? Try Ty Bar at the Four Seasons Hotel and warm up with a bourbon by the fireplace. Or stay in and have a drop of something tasty from a nearby shop like 55th Street Wine and Spirits. Unwinding at The Centrale, with the city glittering outside your windows, will prepare and inspire you for your next (daily) Midtown adventure.