The Schwab house at 11 Riverside drive is a massive postwar co-op built in 1951 and converted to co-op in 1984. Located between 73rd and 74 street, there is an entrance on Riverside drive and an entrance on West end avenue as well. The building features a roof deck, exercise room, children’s playroom and garage.
Current availabilities in this pied-a-terre friendly building range from a studio for $450k to a 3 bedroom/3bath that is asking $2.85 million. According to Streeteasy, 5 of the 7 listings are in contract. The apartment for $2.85 million took less than 1 month to go to contract and had direct river views.
370 Central Park west, the lovely Tudor building that sits at the corner of 97th street and CPW is a prewar with a renovated lobby and unique layouts. A loft is about to come on the market with a working fireplace and 12′ ceilings. Ideally convertible into either a 1 or 2 bedroom, this apartment has monthly maintenance of $1841. N,S,E,W exposure are yours as are lovely wood floors a pass through kitchen with window and a floor to ceiling closet. Right now it’s being painted and will be staged shortly. First showings in about 2 weeks. The asking price for this loft in a doorman building will be $1,150,000.
275 West 96 street is a condo building that sits at the corner of 96th street and Broadway and was built in 1983. It has a swimming pool, health club, children’s playroom, and garage among it’s amenity package. The Columbia is 32 stories high with 320 units and was developed by William Zeckendorf Jr.
Many of the apartments have baconies and views of the Hudson. Current availabilites include two apartments-a 1 bedroom for $949k and a 2bd/2ba for $1,500,000. Common charges and taxes combine for a normal $2 per square foot especially given the large amount of amenities.
Rentals are available at $3500 for a 1 bedroom and slightly more than $5k for 2bd/2ba.
Citibike now in expansion mode has announced several new stations to come to Manhattan’s Upper West side including 5 on Central Park west. This should be interesting as many pedestrians already often find themselves in peril walking on the streets on the Upper West side from delivery bikes and bicyclists that run lights. This expansion is part of Citibike’s expansion plan for Uptown. Read the NYPOST article below.
This prewar, intercom building was built in 1899 and converted in 1986. Located at the corner of West 98 street and Broadway, within only 2 blocks of the Expess stop of the 2,3 and 1 local, this building features 2-4 bedrooms with modest common charges and taxes. Layouts are interesting because the building has a space in between it and the building just to the west of it on West 98 street. The B line has plenty of southern sun as it faces West 98th and also has eastern light from Broadway.
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415 Central Park west is a prewar co-op built in 1926 with 17 stories and 92 units. This doorman building is located at the corner of 101 street and Central Park west. Some of the larger apartment have direct park views and the building amenities include laundry and a childrens’ playroom.
The Daily News is running a story about a 1 bedroom condo penthouse on the Upper west side of Manhattan that comes with an urban farm. The seller who is also a real estate broker and his husband will leave two chickens and their coop (not their co-op, sorry couldn’t resist that one) for the right buyers.
The apartment is located in a walkup building and has two floors with two outdoor spaces. Their asking price is $1.195 million. Read the NYDN article by clicking the link below and view the listing on streeteasy as well.
At the corner of 96th street and Central Park west on Manhattan’s upper west side, signage has gone up for a condo conversion and there is a teaser site.
The residential portion of the building, according to Propertyshark.com, is just under 156k sqft. Additionally, there is the Second Presbyterian Church which is on 96 street.
Apparently, the building will become condos. See below website to register.
The building is ideally located at the corner of CPW, adjacent to the B,C subway lines and also the M96 and M10 buses. It is also right across the street from 361 CPW which is the church-to-condo conversion that is making it’s way through the community review process due to needed variances for adding windows and a possible penthouse.
If you are searching for an apartment on the Upper west side of Manhattan, perhaps you will find the NYT The Hunt article interesting. A couple of flight attendants had a tiny 350 sqft apartment in a walk-up on the upper east side and then decided to trade up.
Along the way, they were turned down by a Board on the Upper East side, then changed brokers and went searching on the Upper West side with a max budget of $700k.
Will they be able to find an apartment? Will they get turned down again by a Co-op board? Read the full article to learn the answers.