70 West 45th Street // Midtown


For a few fortunate investors this is a rare opportunity to own a residence of unsurpassed luxury and quality atop one of Manhattan’s newest architectural landmarks. In the very heart of the city, Cassa, at 70 West 45th Street in the center of Manhattan is as elegant and sophisticated as Midtown itself. It is a combination of celebrated architecture, breathtaking views, sophisticated interior design, and the ultimate in luxury accommodations: a quiet and luxurious enclave for those who wish to live in the center of the universe and retreat to their private oasis at the end of the day.

There are only 56 residences on the floors above Cassa, Manhattan’s newest boutique hotel, which not only offers residence owners five star services, but physically lifts them high above the center of the city to take their place among other important Midtown structures. Beginning on the 28th floor and rising to dramatic heights above New York, owners have sweeping views of the city. The 27 story hotel below is run by premier boutique hotel operator Desires Hotels, a prominent operator of successful hotels of distinction in South Beach and New York City. Specializing in unique locations and impeccable service, Desires provides the luxury backdrop to the residences above while operating one of the most respected hotels in Midtown New York.
Built: 2009
Developer: Viceroy Hotel Group

Amenities: 24-hour concierge services, 24-hour fitness center, in-room dining, breakfast and evening cocktail service available at Terazza Lounge and Terrace, same day laundry & valet services, daily housekeeping services, overnight shoe shine, valet parking, limousine service/airport transfers.

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