MiMA, a stylized abbreviation of "Middle of Manhattan", is a mixed-use building in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City.It has 63 floors of residential and luxury rentals on floors 7 to 50, twelve floors of condominiums on floors 51 to 63, and a Yotel hotel on the lower levels. At 638 feet (194 m), it is the 101st tallest building in New York. The amenities include a private health club, an outdoor movie theatre, and Dog City, a dog run, and full pet spa. MiMA is also one of the first buildings to have a distribution antenna system which improves cell phone service and reception throughout the building. In 2012, the Signature Theatre Company opened The Pershing Square Signature Center, designed by Frank Gehry, inside the MiMA Building. The center consists of three theatre spaces, two studios, a shared lobby with a café and bar, a bookshop, and concierge desk, and administrative offices.