Showing posts with label west end avenue. Show all posts
Showing posts with label west end avenue. Show all posts

Jul 5, 2013

732 West End Avenue - Townhouse to 14 Luxury Condos


732 West End Avenue

732 West  End Avenue 

New Construction

14 three & four bedroom
full floor luxury condos

 Unique, luxurious, and historic, 732 West End Avenue is the Upper West Side’s and West End Avenue's newest condo development address. Each of the fourteen residences are accessed by the building’s privately keyed elevator which opens on a full floor home designed in concert with Baltimore Design Group.

Residents step off the private elevator into a vaulted- ceiling foyer, a few steps on the oak wood floors and the foyer opens into an expansive living room with a gas fireplace and stunning views of the Hudson River. Each kitchen is fully equipped with world class appliances and wine storage.

Plaster crown moldings and deep wood base boards surround each of the three bedrooms and the master bedroom opens onto a private terrace. Washrooms are uniquely designed and fitted with marble, stone, tile, and glass. The duplex garden level apartment and the triplex penthouse level apartment boast a more expansive outdoor environment including stunning river views from the fifteenth floor aerie.


Tree- lined West End Avenue is conveniently located between Broadway and Riverside Drive and all public transportation. While set apart from the hustle and bustle of the New York City streets, the address maintains proximity to New York’s culture, entertainment, restaurants, and shops.

3 bedroom 3 bath 1,777 square feet from $2.728,000

732 West End Avenue
The 14 full floor 3 and 4 bedroom condominium apartments range from $2,728,000 for a 3 bedroom 3 bath 1,777 square foot unit on the 3rd floor to $8,505,000 for a 3,190 square foot 4 bedroom 4.5 bath triplex penthouse with two private terraces and spectacular river views.

Please contact me for more information or to schedule viewing appointments.

Manhattan New Developments

Jun 27, 2012

West End Avenue Historic District Approved


The Landmarks Preservation Commission voted yesterday to approve the first phase of the Riverside-West End Avenue historic district. The district, which also includes buildings on Riverside Drive and Broadway, is split into three sections — The LPC approved a partial section of the planned historic district from 79th to 87th Street between Broadway and Riverside Drive

After years of campaigning to designate West End Avenue a historic district WEPS (West End Preservation Society) announced a newly proposed area designation as defined by the Landmarks Preservation Commission on September 15, 2010.

The entire proposed district spans from 70th Street to 109th Street

West End Ave: 70th - 107th Sts

Riverside Drive: 70th - 109th Sts

Parts of Broadway (WS): 70th - 109th Sts

Much of the Cross Streets: 70th - 109th

from RSD to West Side of Broadway

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West End Avenue

Sep 18, 2010

West End Avenue Proposed Historic District

West End Avenue - Upper West Side - Manhattan

After years of campaigning to designate West End Avenue a historic district WEPS (West End Preservation Society) announced a newly proposed area designation as defined by the Landmarks Preservation Commission on September 15, 2010.

New Map Unveiled: Proposed Historic District Includes:
Download West End Avenue Historic District Map

West End Ave: 70th - 107th Sts

Riverside Drive: 70th - 109th Sts

Parts of Broadway (WS): 70th - 109th Sts

Much of the Cross Streets: 70th - 109th

from RSD to West Side of Broadway

This district is larger than previous proposals. Due to the enormity of the area proposed, a total of 790 buildings, the LPC will divide the district and the hearings into 3 geographical areas, extending the existing historic districts. The Upper West Side already boasts some 2,035 landmarked buildings.

By expanding the existing districts, the commission will also protect more buildings on the side streets.
The next step is for the LPC to place the proposal on a calander for a public hearing.

May 21, 2010

West End Avenue, Upper West Side, Manhattan

The West End neighborhood is one of Manhattan's most beautiful and quiet residential neighborhoods.
The majority of buildings along West End Avenue are architecturally distinctive pre-war coops. 
West End Avenue has the longest stretch of pre-war architecture and ambience in Manhattan.

From neo Renaissance to Art Deco, West End Avenue has stretches of late nineteenth century town houses
and several churches and synagogues, but it is almost entirely made up of handsome residential buildings
built in the first decades of the twentieth century.

The near total absence of retail on the street marks its quiet, residential character just one block
from the hustle and buzz of Broadway.

 West End Avenue; Pre-war Condo

The West End Preservation Society, is actively seeking to designate the legnth of West End Avenue
from 70th Street to 107th Street a historic district.Both sides of the avenue from West 87th to West 94th
Streets are  already designated in the Riverside-West End Historic Distric.

There have only been a couple of new buildings constructed on West End Avenue in the past 50 years. 
 West End Avenue

New condos at 200 West End Avenue a glass building located in the Lincoln Square neighborhood at 70th street was completed a couple of years ago. 

535 West End Avenue a new condo at 86th Street, a brick building marketed as 21st century pre-war, currently has some residences available for immediate occupancy.

Architecturally 535 WEA compliments the distinguished pre-war luxury buildings along West End Avenue. 
The grand size apartments are either half or full floors. Prices range from $8.5 million to $25 million.
535 West End Avenue  apartments feature luxurious pre-war details: rosewood or oak flooring, traditional
moldings, well-proportioned rooms with formal library, dining rooms, high cielings and wood burning fire places.

All homes feature custom Smallbone of Devizes kitchens with attached breakfast/tv room. The kitchens offer La Cornue, Miele and Subzero appliances. Bathrooms are available in 2 different color palettes, and outfitted with Waterworks fixtures, double sink, mahogany or white cabinetry and a selection of mosaic tiled floors and polished stone walls. Homes are fully equipped with Miele side by side Washer & Dryer and AMX technology.

Long time residents of West End Avenue remember the beautiful spring day about 10 years
ago when the quiet residential West End neighborhood, was awakened early in the morning by
Barbara Streisand when she began filming her movie,
''The Mirror Has Two Faces,'' at an apartment building at 505 West End Avenue.

The attractive 14-story building was erected in 1920 and converted to a cooperative in 1988.
The building has 65 apartments.
 West End Avenue  betweenWest 83rd & West 84th Streets

The nicely detailed, red-brick building has a two-story, rusticated limestone base and a step-up entrance with
a canopy flanked by lanterns.

It has an Italian Renaissance palazzo-style facade with quoins at the comers and limestone reveals around the third-story windows.

The movie shoot stretched from its expected 3 days to 12 days.
(By coincidence, Barbara Streisand, in her youth, took singing lessons in that very building 505 West End Avenue)

Apthorp Apartments

Apthorp Apartments, the elegant full-block apartment complex built by the Astor family for the New York elite
has converting its 163 apartments to condominiums. The landmark 1908 building has two addresses
390 West End Avenue and 2201-2219 Broadway between west 79th and west 78th streets.

Many of the sought after pre-war apartments on West End Avenue are classic six and classic Seven apartments.

Prices on West End Avenue range from $375,000 for a 550 square foot 1 bedroom to 
$25 million for a full floor residence in the new 535 West End Avenue.

West End Avenue


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