The Leader House sits at the corner of 93 street and Columbus avenue on the upper west side. It has 279 units and was converted in 2007. The amenities include an attended lobby, gym, and a 17,000 sqft landscaped terrace. Currently, there is an addition of new retail to the building’s ground floor. Offerings include studios, 1,2, and 3 bedroom apartments. Many of the apartments in this condo have terraces.
Currently, there are two 1 bedrooms in the market being offered in the 900’s. This postwar building is located 4 blocks from Whole Foods supermarket, 1 block to Central Park and also 3 blocks from the crosstown bus and the subway. See the link below for more info and a closer look at available listings.
One of the few townhouses on CPW has changed hands for $25mm. The 22 foot wide Queen Anne style townhouse near the corner of West 85 street on the Upper West side, was sold at less after chopping it’s initial asking price from $32.7mm to $27.75mm.
The townhouse features over 10k sqft and a 60 ft indoor lap pool. It was purchased in 2006 from Abigail Disney, a grandniece of Walt Disney for $15mm.
Apt 9BC at 101 CPW on Manhattan’s Upper West side has entered the market for $42mm. It offers 7000 +/- sqft plus exterior space, and 100 feet of frontage on Central Park. The property was purchased in 2003 for roughly $12mm and the owners spent 3 years renovated the apartment according to the broker. The monthly carrying charges for apt 9BC are $14,057 according to the listing on streeteasy.
The building itself is a prewar coop building with 18 floors and just under 100 units and occupies the block between 70-71 street on CPW. There are 4 other listings at 101 CPW for sale with 2 in contract. All 4 of the other properties are 3 bedrooms and the prices range from $4.99mm to $6.99mm.
CurbedNY and YIMBY are reporting that three small townhouses will be demolished to make room for a 22 story condo building at 15 West 96 street. The building can be built without LPC approval because it is just outside of the historic district. Reportedly, each floor will house a full floor condo except for the duplex penthouse. Since it’s on the North side of the street, the southern exposures will be nice from these apartments and the views especially above the tree line should be excellent.
A 2bedroom/2bath south facing condo has entered the market in the much sought after Park west Village. The convertible 3bedroom has a terrace open kitchen, 2 nice size bedrooms with ample closets and wood floors. It is in move in condition. The building amenities include a private garden,24 hour concierge, live in super, bike room, children’s playroom, gym, library,laundry and parking.(waitlist) First Open house Sunday February 15th 1-2pm.
Bruce Willis and his wife Emma Heming Willis have sold their El Dorado apartment and are in contract to buy a larger 6000 sqft apartment at 271 CPW. According to NYDN, the actor wanted a larger space due to now having a second child. From the listing pictures, it appears the duplex apartment is just above the treeline. The asking price was 17mm for Willis new place at 271 CPW while he sold for $13mm at El Dorado. It’s a good day to trade up!
This 2 bedroom 1.5 bathroom apartment underwent a renovation over the last several months and finally has arrived in the market. The pet friendly 26 unit building has a roof terrace with River views. Recent comps suggest a quick sale of this apartment directly across from the Park.
The often troubled Citibike NYC is expanding further onto the Upper West and Upper East side. The expansion could bring bike stations as far north as 130 street. In all, an estimated 135 new stations could be created by 2017. Residents have mixed feelings and have the opportunity to share their thoughts at Community Board hearings. One for the Upper West side is scheduled for tonight at the Redeemer Presbyterian Church on West 83 street between 6 and 7pm.