Brookfield Property Partners announced this week the opening of The Eugene, a sky-high residential tower with its own soaring rock climbing wall and a host of other snazzy amenities. The first new addition to Manhattan West, the eight-acre mixed-use development located between Ninth and Tenth avenues from 31st Street to 33rd Street, the 62-story luxury building by SLCE Architects offers up 844 rental units with sweeping views, elegant interiors by Roman and Williams, and 50,000 square feet of state-of-the-art common areas including a 4,600-square-foot rooftop terrace and a health club featuring a regulation-size indoor basketball court and golf simulator.
Located at 435 West 31st Street, The Eugene boasts convenient access to both Penn Station and the 7 train at Hudson Yards, but with all of the amenities that Brookfield has chocked into the building, you might not ever even want to leave home.
The property is named after real estate developer and NYC public servant John Eugene Zuccotti, who passed away in 2015.
The apartments feature efficient layouts and large windows.
When not hanging out in their apartments, residents will also be able to take a load off at The Hudson Club, The Eugene’s members-only rooftop club replete with a cocktail bar-equipped sunroom, a game room, a private dining room and chef’s kitchen, and a piano lounge with a fireplace. When the weather warms up, they’ll also be able to enjoy the 4,600-square-foot rooftop terrace, as well as a fire pit and areas for barbecuing.
Tenants can also toss their gym memberships since the building has its own sprawling health and wellness studio replete with a regulation-size indoor basketball court, a rock climbing wall, golf simulator and rock climbing wall.
“Manhattan West has come to life with the opening of this spectacular new residence featuring unparalleled amenities, breathtaking views and the latest in residential design,” said Ric Clark, Senior Managing Partner and Chairman of Brookfield Property Group. “With The Eugene’s modern, luxury living, together with Manhattan West’s offices, shops, culinary options, and two acres of world-class public open space, we are creating a vibrant new destination at the center of Manhattan’s newest neighborhood.”
Leasing officially began this week with monthly rents starting at $3,200.
Photos: Max Touhey