Throughout the pandemic, Manhattan View has engaged residents with a variety of virtual events and classes organized by LIVunLTd, its five-star concierge service provider. From wine tastings to culinary workshops with top NYC chefs and heart-pumping fitness classes, the ever-changing lineup of online activities has provided residents with opportunities to socialize remotely and learn new skills.

On Wednesday, May 5th at 7pm, Manhattan View is holding a virtual floral design workshop hosted by City Blossoms, a luxury floral design studio. Attendees who RSVP by April 30th will learn how to create a beautiful, spring-inspired arrangement and pick up some tricks of the trade along the way.

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All materials will be provided in advance through contactless delivery and the instructor will be able to answer any questions via the live chat. Whether you’re looking for a thoughtful Mother’s Day gift or just want to put your farmers’ market blooms to good use, this workshop will allow you to flex your creative muscles from the comfort of home.

In honor of National Pet Day on April 11th, Manhattan View residents have been sharing pics of their four-legged friends on Instagram for the MV Furry Ambassador Contest. A winner was selected every two weeks from March 12th to April 23rd, earning a personalized gift for their dog or cat. There were over a dozen entries using the #mvfurryambassador hashtag and narrowing down the pool of adorable candidates was nearly im-paws-ible.

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With vaccination rates on the rise and summer fast approaching, many residents are looking to get back to in-person fitnesses classes. Fortunately, LIVunLtd offers a full schedule of fitness and meditation classes including yoga, pilates, barre, cycling, kickboxing, strength training, HIIT and more. Pilates Barre Fusion is a popular choice, combining ballet-derived exercises with classic mat pilates. Tighten your core while enhancing your flexibility with this challenging, full-body workout.

In addition to its comprehensive event programming, Manhattan View boasts 44,000 square feet of curated, resort-style amenities. Achieve your fitness goals in the resident-only Equinox, indoor swimming pool or regulation-size basketball court. Afterward, relax sore muscles and sweat away toxins in the authentic cedar sauna.

Work from home in style by reserving the Sky Office with sweeping city and river views or grabbing a table in the Business Center, equipped with high-speed internet, office supplies, Mac desktop stations and healthy snacks. There are ample amenity spaces for entertaining, including a residents’ lounge, billiards and game room, catering kitchen, and a landscaped outdoor terrace with barbecues.

Other highlights include a children’s playroom, golf simulator, karaoke machine, and indoor and outdoor movie theatres. Within the building, you’ll also find a dog daycare, coffee shop, beauty salon, and The Pershing Square Signature Center, a three-theatre facility designed by famed architect Frank Gehry.

While availability is limited, there are studio, one- and two-bedroom condominiums remaining, several of them penthouse suites with up to 2,135 square feet of living space. Priced from $1,595,000, these high-altitude homes are characterized by open-concept layouts, double-glazed floor-to-ceiling windows, in-suite laundry, smart home automation, and wide plank premium brushed oak wood flooring. Residences at Manhattan View start on the 51st floor, meaning that every floorplan offers unobstructed skyline and waterfront views.

Located at 460 West 42nd Street, Manhattan View is moments away from Hudson Yards, the Hudson River waterfront, Hell’s Kitchen and Times Square. A quick, 10-minute train ride will transport you to the Meatpacking District, Greenwich Village, Soho or Central Park. Schedule a virtual or private in-person tour of the onsite model residences by calling 212 967 6888 or filling out an online form.

For more information, please visit manhattanview.com.

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