1-bedroom UWS Manhattan apt in luxury building, steps to Central Park

New York, NY, United States

 

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Bedrooms
1
Bathrooms
1
Room for
4
Type
Apartment
Size
1001-1300 sqft
Rules
  • Children welcome
-Fantastic, corner unit one-bedroom apartment in the heart of the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

- At nearly 900 square feet, our spacious, one-bedroom apartment is tastefully appointed. The apartment has high beamed ceilings, original hardwood floors, an updated kitchen, wireless internet, flatscreen Samsung TVs, Blu-ray player,cable, HBO, Showtime, DVR, southern and eastern exposures, views of Central Park and The Dakota, and a tasteful blend of modern and antique furniture and artwork. This is an ideal spot for the discerning traveler.

-The magnificent apartment building was designed by prominent architect George F. Pelham. Started as a luxury residential hotel in 1926, it was later converted into luxury apartments. In a premier location off of Central Park West on 73rd Street, the location is steps away from museums, theater, restaurants, shopping, and two major subway lines.
Location
Urban
Amenities
Air conditioning, Elevator access, Gourmet Kitchen, Dishwasher
Entertainment
Wireless Internet
The Upper West Side is often called the city's quintessential neighborhood, the area includes delightful residential streets, the twin-towered facades of the old apartment hotels on Central Park West and Riverside Drive, two of the city's best-known markets (Zabar's and Fairway) , one of its major museums (the American Museum of Natural History), an Ivy League university (Columbia University), and the Neo-Gothic Cathedral of St. John the Divine. The area is an architectural historian's delight with many of its buildings built before the Second World War and quite a few built before the First World War. The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, running from 62nd Street to 66th Street, contains the Metropolitan Opera; the New York State Theater, home of the New York City Opera and Ballet; Avery Fisher Hall, the home of the New York Philharmonic; the Juilliard School; and the New York Public Library's Library for the Performing Arts, among other institutions.
Outdoor Activities
Biking
Leisure
Restaurants, Shopping, Fitness Center / Health Clubs, Theaters, Lake
Cultural
Galleries / Museums

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