Extell's 555Ten is Ready For Residents

Although it may seem like there is no more space for skyscrapers in Midtown, Extell Development has proven there is by bringing in 600 new homes and a stunning tower to this busy and exciting area.

 555Ten has been in the works for years now, but the tower is now completed and standing tall at 555 Tenth Avenue with 52 stories. Extell has teamed with SLCE Architects to make this 650-foot residential building a reality.

This new high-rise offers studios to three-bedrooms, all of which have an open layout with airy ceilings and oversized windows, floors lines with polished hardwood, kitchens with stainless steel appliances and a large island kitchen, and custom cabinetry. The bathrooms have Porcelanosa-tile floors, oversized mirrors paired with a vanity and gorgeous countertops.

The developers went above and beyond to bring complete comfort to residents through various amenities such as the state-of-the-art fitness center, elevator access, dual swimming pools, outdoor dog park, pet spa, large bike room, extra storage space, lounge room, a yoga studio, children's playroom, bowling alley, rooftop terrace, and more. 555Ten is situated in the neighborhood that never sleeps with endless upscale restaurants, bars, and shops, nearby parks, the hudson river, and several subway lines.

Homes are currently on the market starting at $3,250 per month for a studio, $4,100 a month for a one-bedroom, $6,400 a month for a two-bedroom, and $9,950 for a three-bedroom apartment. 120 of the 600 units are also set aside for affordable housing.