The Dorilton at 171 west 71th street on Manhattan’s upper west side is one of the most beautiful buildings in Manhattan. Built in 1902 and designed by Emery Roth, this Beaux Arts prewar co-op features 57 units over 13 floors. The building was maligned in its time for being too ornate. The building features include a 24 hour doorman, laundry in building, roof deck, and basement storage. It sits at the corner of West 71st street and Broadway where you will find Trader Joe’s, The Gap,Coach,Brooks Brothers, Hugo Boss and Gracious Home all within walking distance. Currently, there is some facade work going on.
Availabilities are limited to one duplex that is for sale for $9.2 million and is in contract. Apartments are known for their beamed ceilings and fireplaces.