A vibrant, popular neighborhood for dining and nightlife, Manhattan's Hell's Kitchen is also a hotbed for celebrity real estate---and has been for some time.
Certain buildings in the neighborhood have become associated with current and former celebrity residents, including Manhattan Plaza---the former home of Alicia Keys, Al Pacino, and Samuel L. Jackson---and Stella Tower, a luxury condominium that has hosted the likes of "Daily Show" host Trevor Noah, as well as countless TV and Broadway producers.
Stella Tower was designed in 1927 by renowned architect Ralph Walker. Walker is considered one of the most significant NYC architects of the early 20th Century, designing notable buildings like the Western Union Building---now 60 Hudson Street---and 1 Wall Street. Much like these projects, Stella Tower showcases Walker's signature prewar style, which had a profound influence on the city's architecture.
One Stella Tower residence currently on the market is Apartment 11A. Replete with contemporary upgrades, state-of-the-art appliances, and a wealth of natural light from oversized windows, the 2-bedroom, 2.5 bath apartment is certainly fit for the stars.