The Metropolis
150 East 44th Street, New York, NY 10017

A STANDOUT IN THE MANHATTAN SKYLINE
Located at 150 East 44th Street, The Metropolis is in the heart of Midtown and soars 52 stories in the air—taking its place in the Manhattan skyline. The tower offers an amazing selection of 360 homes from a modern studio to one- and two-bedroom configurations. Enjoy our 24-hour attended lobby with a staff that goes above and beyond to meet your needs. Watch the sunset from the phenomenal 360° wraparound rooftop with unmatched views of the Chrysler Building. Our residences are beautifully appointed with hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, Caesarstone countertops and abundant closet spaces.
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Units
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Unit 11G
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1 bedroom
1.5 bathrooms
Unit 29H
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2 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
Unit 34F
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1 bedroom
1 bathroom
Unit 35B
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1 bedroom
1 bathroom
Unit 41D
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1 bedroom
1 bathroom
Unit 44B
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1 bedroom
1 bathroom
Unit 45E
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1 bedroom
1 bathroom
Unit 48C
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1 bedroom
1.5 bathrooms
Unit 49G
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1 bedroom
1.5 bathrooms
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Map and Transit
Grand Central
under 500 feet
42 Street - Grand Central
under 500 feet
51st St
0.33 miles
5th Av
0.37 miles
Lexington Av-53 St
0.43 miles

Grand Central district
The Grand Central district is a destination for both local residents and visitors alike with its vast array of shopping, dining, night life, entertainment and cultural offerings. Spectacular architecture and thriving crowds make this one of the most exciting areas in the city. Visit The Apple Store on your way to renowned Fifth Avenue where you can find Bergdorf Goodman, Dolce & Gabbana and Saks Fifth Avenue—to only name a few. Outdoor hot spots include Rockefeller Center, Bryant Park or head north to Central Park. Don’t miss some of the best libraries and museums nearby including New York Public Library, The Museum of Modern Art, and The Morgan Library & Museum.