Work Fully Wraps For The Max’s 1,028 New Apartments at 606 West 57th Street, in Midtown, Manhattan

606 West 57th Street, image by Andrew Campbell Nelson606 West 57th Street, image by Andrew Campbell Nelson

Construction has wrapped up at 606 West 57th Street, aka The Max, and the massive mixed-use rental complex is already making quite a dent in the Midtown Manhattan rental market. While leasing started just seven months about, over 80% of the 1,028 units are already occupied. TF Cornerstone is responsible for the development.

606 West 57th Street with VIA 57 West, image by Andrew Campbell Nelson

606 West 57th Street with VIA 57 West, image by Andrew Campbell Nelson

The Max is one of the largest residential project to change the undeveloped edges around 57th Street along the Hudson River, though it’s certainly not alone. Across the street, VIA 57 West has become an iconic structure, and is so far BIG’s most successful design in New York. Another couple blocks up, Waterline Square is creating three towers centered on a public courtyard with restaurants and retail that aims to become a social gathering point for the surrounding area.

Basketball Court, image at the Max

Basketball Court, image at the Max via TF Cornerstone

The building is packed with amenities fit for an actual village. These include a game room, a club, and even a basketball court. A full-scale screening room will be available, as will outdoor terraces with barbeque grills and a sundeck. The rooftop views will have largely unobstructed views of the city.

Rooftop view, image at the Max

Rooftop view, image at the Max via TF Cornerstone

Other amenities include a yoga studio, volleyball court, laundry rom, sizable fitness center, dog grooming room, and a co-working space.

Rendering of 606 West 57th Street, as seen from the West Side Highway. Via TF Cornerstone

Rendering of 606 West 57th Street, as seen from the West Side Highway. Via TF Cornerstone

Apartment with Midtown Views at the Max

Apartment with Midtown Views at the Max

Arquitectonica is responsible for the design, with SLCE Architects serving as the architect of record.

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