Herald Towers is a million square foot residential gem located in the heart of one of New York's most famous locations-Herald Square. Soaring 26 stories high, the building houses 690 luxury residential units. It is located on the southeast corner of 34th Street and Broadway and takes in sweeping panoramic views of the city. It stands in the shadow of the iconic Empire State Building, across the street from the world famous Macy's, a stones throw away from Madison Square Garden, and a block away from Pennsylvania Station.
Ideally located, Herald Towers is nestled at the crossroads where almost all of New York's major subway lines converge. Additionally, it is a block away from the PATH Train, and the Long Island Rail Road. The M16 and M34 city bus lines stop just outside of the buildings doors. Herald Towers' tenants therefore have the unique means to travel almost anywhere-from the five boroughs of New York City, to New Jersey, Connecticut, and the rest of the Tri-State area.