Pike & Rose, the mixed-use, transit-oriented community rising in North Bethesda, may not exactly be New York City.

But the Twenty-Four at Pallas penthouse apartments on the 19th and 20th floors of the Pallas apartment building developed by Federal Realty Investment Trust and managed by Greystar offers Manhattan-style services for residents — along with Manhattan-style rents.

The 24 penthouses, with 874 to 1,908 square feet, rent for $5,100 to $8,875 per month. While the apartments themselves are luxurious, the amenities offered to residents are a big part of the price.

Residents can choose between two amenity packages that are only available with the upper-floor apartments. Both packages include “valet” waste pickup — with trash taken away three times per week outside the apartment door. The building also has a valet package and dry-cleaning delivery service that places items in residents’ apartments if they’re not there. Residents can choose from a host of other services — including complimentary guest suite reservations twice a year, shoe shines and consultations with an interior designer and professional organizer.

The upgraded package includes custom flooring, window treatments, lighting, closet organizers and smart home installations. Residents can also sign up for a monthly session with a personal trainer or a monthly car wash.

The one-, two-, two-bedroom-and-den or three-bedroom apartments have 24/7 concierge services. The Pallas includes a garden with a pavilion, terraces with lounge seating and fireplaces, a swimming pool, a fitness center with a yoga studio and a soundproof music studio.

White Flint Metro station is within walking distance.

For more information, visit http://pallasapartments.com/penthouses.

Michele Lerner is a freelance writer. To pass on a tip or news item, contact us at realestate@washpost.com and put “Town Square” in the subject line.