The Colonnade Building

The Neighbourhood

The Colonnade is located on W.57 Street between Eight and Ninth Ave. Its location is very unique since it is on the boarder of two great neighborhoods, Midtown west-Clinton & Lincoln Square. Distinguished for its liberal, intellectual & artistic activity, this culturally and income diverse neighborhood continue to be must live here neighborhood.

The big shift since 2004, when the Time Warner Building open its door (www.shopsatcolumbuscircle.com) & not only change the landscape but will no doubt shift shopping dining and leisure-time rituals in this part of town. Once the shops at Columbus Circle open inside the Time Warner Center the neighborhood gets its first Cartier, William Sonoma & Tourneau. The whole Food flagship store was also opened along with the Equinox gym and turned the lights on Columbus Circle Area.

What ever the city offers, so does The Colonnade location and even more. Nestled between two Spectacular parks-Central and Riverside South , you will never have a problem to find a place to take your dog, take a run, bike, row a boat, Ice-skate, play tennis and more. Short walking distance from Lincoln Center, Jazz @ Lincoln Center Theatre district, Carnegie Hall, City Center, CNN Headquarters, ABC News & the Hearst Building.

With its canyons made of sky-high towers and neon, Midtown West/Clinton is the heart of Manhattan – and that translates to convenience and constant activity. More affordable than many think, there are plenty of high-rise homes and brownstones to choose from, and if you’re coming with the kids, they’ll tell their friends it’s cool to live near the MTV Studios and the newly arrived American Girl. On the flip side, if you’ve got lots of out-of-town friends and family, count on more requests than Letterman gets for seats in the audience for stopovers due to your proximity to well, everything. All roads do lead to Times Square – particularly on New Year’s Eve – but this part of town includes other just-as-famous enclaves and must-see sights. The short list includes the Garment District, Theater District, Diamond District, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Center, Madison Square Garden, Pennsylvania Station and the I.M. Pei-designed Javits Center.