There are many wonderful things about living on the Upper West Side -- from the wide array of culinary and cultural mainstays that call the Upper West Side home to Central Park and Riverside Park, to a wealth of elegant condominiums -- but perhaps the most notable is this: no Manhattan neighborhood feels more Manhattan-y than the Upper West Side. This neighborhood is the setting of many famous NYC-based films and it's easy to see why thanks to its beautiful tree-lined streets and gorgeous brownstones. This is a large part of what makes Upper West Side condos some of the most sought-after apartment listings in Manhattan.
Owning an apartment on the Upper West Side means you have access to some of the city's most elite restaurants, from iconic fine-dining establishments to famed bagel shops, diners and other informal food joints; it also means that coveted foodie destinations such as Zabar's, Citarella and Fairway are just a short walk away. The only-in-New-York cultural attractions for which the Upper West Side is famous are everywhere, fromLincoln Center and the American Museum of Natural History, to Symphony Space and the Beacon Theater, and there are also many small shops, bookstores, galleries, bars, and coffee shops that dot the tree-lined streets. Apartments close to Central Park and Riverside Park abound. Lincoln Square, a sub-neighborhood in the Upper West Side, also features a great farmer's market that draws a nice crowd. Superb mass transit options ensure that most Upper West Side condominiums are just a short walk from many subways, which in turn puts the rest of Manhattan within easy reach.
The Upper West Side is also home to some of the most striking and desirable apartments for sale in Manhattan. From pre-war condo conversions like The Apthorp to new construction blockbusters, Upper West Side condo listings offer a wide range of living options and a high standard of quality. Ultra-luxury condominium listings such as The Residences at the Mandarin Oriental give the Upper West Side a high-end feel that few Manhattan neighborhoods can match. Thanks to some of the most notable new construction condo listings in Manhattan and the best of what makes Manhattan Manhattan -- from Central Park views to H&H Bagels -- the Upper West Side is a neighborhood like no other.
120 West 72nd Street’s The Harsen House is a LEED certified apartment building in Manhattan’s hip Upper West Side. Accessibility is one of The Harsen House’s strongest suits, it being within walking distance from The Hudson River, Central Park and Riverside Park. Also just a few steps away from the subway making transportation a non-issue for residents.
Established in the 1900s, The Orleans is the second oldest mid-rise on the Upper West Side. Formerly known as the Hotel Orleans, it was renamed in 1993 after major renovation. At present, the 10-story structure with prewar detailing offers grand views of Central Park and the Museum of Natural History.
New York’s past has always been associated with a certain elegance and charm, and it is precisely that nostalgic feel that can be experienced at the homes at The West End Condominium at 314 West 100 Street on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. This eight-story building, which was originally built in 1910, has been renovated with all modern conveniences, and now offers luxury residences that are among the best options available on the Upper West Side.
Located on the Upper East Side is 780 West End Avenue, an elegant pre-war condominium complete with a fancy white-brick façade and terra cotta ornamentation. Designed by George and Edward Blum, this luxury apartment offers elegant 1, 2, and 3-bedroom homes with soaring ceilings almost 10 feet high. 780 West End’s amenities include an exercise room, common resident’s garden, laundry room, storage and bicycle rooms, and full-time doorman service.
Located on a beautiful, tree-lined Upper West Side street, the Claremont Condominiums offer large studios to 4 bedroom apartments with classic NYC charm. This red-brick building was constructed in 1988 and features a bright lobby, a fitness center, resident garden, laundry room, live-in super and it allows pets. Some of the units even feature their own beautiful private terraces. All of this just a short walk from Central Park.
New Yorkers searching for a truly unique and exciting luxury building to call home have found it in The Alexandria. This stunning architectural achievement has its own distinctive style that makes it stand out from the rest while still fitting in with the charming Upper West Side aesthetic.
Residents of the spacious apartments at The Alexandria can take advantage of the building's health club that includes a pool, sauna and steam room. There is also a beautiful garden, rooftop deck, laundry room on every floor, maid service, private storage and more.
Constructed in 1915 on the Upper West Side, the Merrion now effortlessly combines classic architecture with modern flare after being newly reconstructed. A combination of remarkable appliances and exquisite surfaces make the Merrion an enjoyable, family-friendly home to live.
With a location in the heart of the Upper West Side, a design from a world-class architect, and high-end homes with top-of-the-line finishes, 210 West 77th Street is true modern luxury.
As a pre-war luxury building on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, 63 West 107th Street is imbued with both elegance and a sense of history. Although the architecture bears a pre-war style, all apartments have been renovated to fit the demands and expectations of modern luxury. With both a comfortable set of apartments as well as an ideal location, 63 West 107th Street offers a high standard of living as well as a highly desirable environment.