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Launching leasing earlier this year at the new 41-story rental tower at 42 W 33rd Street dubbed Solari which sits in the shadows of the 102-story Empire State Building. The Torkian Group developed the property, working with Stephen B. Jacobs Group for the design which features a glass façade, a masonry base and angled western wall allowing views to the west.

Listings are no fee and current availability shows net prices of $3,847/month for studios, $4,578/month for 1 bedrooms and $7,700/month for 2 bedrooms. The building's rooftop, which is open to residents and features top-notch views, is equipped with a fireplace, an outdoor theatre, a catering kitchen and an indoor rooftop lounge.
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Telling visitors to "shine in the center of it all," the building's newly unveiled website shows off the exciting, fully programmed rooftop, a look at interiors, and more of the surrounding views which are from, what some may indeed consider, the center of the city.
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There are 223 rental apartments spread across 182,556 square feet of residential space. Homes offer 10 to 12-foot ceilings, engineered wood floors from Spain, open layouts, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Kitchens have custom Italian Stevali cabinetry with soft-close technology, imported Italian tiling, Caesarstone countertops, and stainless steel appliances. Master baths have high-level finishes, including imported Italian tiling, custom Italian vanities with Caesarstone tops, Grohe fixtures, and Kohler tubs. Andi Pepper Interior Design did the interiors and amenities include a fitness center, swimming pool, spa, sauna and outdoor terraces.

Read more about the property on CityRealty or contact the Solari Leasing Office her.e
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The Torkian Group

The Torkian Group
Solari Leasing
42 West 33rd Street
New York, NY 10001
(212) 944-XXXX

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