The Longacre House, among Midtown West's finest luxury rental apartment towers, was completed in 1998. It is across 50th Street from the full-block World Wide Plaza's major office tower, cineplex, and several residential buildings. The Longacre has a rose and beige brick facade dotted by brick clusters positioned at 45-degree angles, with those at the base topped by lanterns.
In the heart of Clinton, the Longacre House is on the same cross-street as Rockefeller Center, Saks Fifth Avenue and St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Cathedral, and it borders the Theater District and the northern fringes of Times Square. Public transportation is excellent.
The Longacre House offers a health club, garage, doorman, private garden, recreation room, sundeck, and valet service, and it allows pets. The building has many corner windows and balconies. Apartments range in size from about 550 to 1,160 square feet. Duplex apartments feature terraces, high ceilings and double-pane windows, but even the smallest studio units have sleeping alcoves, and all apartments have 8'8" inch ceilings.