|Address||635 West 42nd Street|
|Town or city||New York City, New York|
|Roof||521 ft (158.8 m)|
|Design and construction|
|Structural engineer||Rosenwasser/Grossman Consulting Engineers P.C.|
The Atelier building is located at 635 West 42nd Street in Manhattan, New York. It is part of several high-rise buildings (along with Sky and Silver Towers) built in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood of Midtown Manhattan that have transformed the area between 11th and 12th Avenue. At a height of 521 ft (158.8 m), Atelier looks over the Hudson River located a block away to the West. The building stands 46-stories tall and contains a total of 478 individual units.
The building's name comes from the word for an artist's workshop. The building features an art gallery on the ground floor and often holds exhibitions of artwork. The gallery is also visible from the street and includes the lobby of the building as part of its exhibit space. As of January 2009, it featured the works of graphic designer and New York-based artist Milton Glaser.
In 2011, solar panels were installed on the roof of the building capable of generating five percent of the energy needs of the building. As of 2013, solar panels were generating ten percent of the building's energy needs. In 2014, Atelier became one of the first buildings in New York to include an ice-skating rink on the roof of the building which was installed by Daniel Neiditch, president of the condo board who owns 100 units in the building.The rooftop terrace is also the location of a private lounge open to residents of the building. As of 2014, the building also has several other amenities such as access to a playground, a basketball court, and a tennis court.
In 2016, Atelier promoted the most expensive planned condominium property in New York City. The penthouse property spanning the entire 45th floor of the building and including 10 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms was listed in 2016 at $85 million. It was to be created by combining nine units located on the top floor. The plan was to include such lavish amenities as a one-million-dollar yacht, two Rolls-Royce Phantoms, and a year's worth of "live-in butler services – as well as a private chef".
In 2018, Atelier was raided by Mayor's Office of Special Enforcement for short-term rentals. 
Atelier was designed by Costas Kondylis. Construction on the building began in 2004 and was completed in 2007. Atelier was part of the company's development project of Manhattan's West Side which included several buildings along 11th Avenue. The building has been a popular destination for celebrities including Deborah Cox, Brendan Fraser, Lindsay Lohan, Mekhi Phifer, and Dania Ramirez, some of whom have used it for brief stays in New York while performing on Broadway.
In popular culture
As a prominent Hell's Kitchen building, Atelier, as well as adjoining Sky, were featured prominently in the NETFLIX series Marvel's The Defenders. Nighttime scenes were filmed in the lobby and culminated with the depiction of the destruction of the building, known within the series as "Midland Circle", in the series finale.
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