The Wall Street Journal, those bastards, is the first media outlet to get pictures inside MiMA, the amenity-loaded Hell's Kitchen building that has taken over our hearts and minds faster than we can say "Dog City." Want to know what those 500 rentals in the 63-story mixed-use tower look like? Here you go. And how about this: Despite rents starting at $2,895 a month for a studio and $3,495 for a one-bedroom, developer Related still plans on charging renters a yet-to-be-determined fee to access the amenities. Condo owners will have the goodies included in their common charges. Oof. And what does one tip a doggie social coordinator come Christmas time?
Click through to the Journal's story for the pictures, including a shot of MiMA's heated indoor pool. But be careful, Related might invoice you for looking at it.
· Pricey Tower With Dog Spa Tests Market [WSJ]
· All MiMA coverage, all the time [Curbed]