For every micro apartment that steals headlines, it seems that New York City responds with a massive mega-mansion or sprawling sky palace to reassure anyone who craves a city apartment the size of a small city. This combination of four apartments in the historic Ansonia condominium residence at 2109 Broadway on the Upper West Side is the latest example (h/t Curbed). Four individual apartments await the possibilities, asking $16.185 million. This is also a rare opportunity to a create a duplex, which would be one of only five in the building.
Spanning 5,700 square feet beneath the Ansonia’s tallest ceilings, the space is ideal for epic entertaining or lavish family living. The collection of residences includes a unique circular 21-foot living room as well as a 30-foot dining room, a library, five to seven bedrooms and a maid’s room, and five-and-a-half baths.
You’ll get sunlight from the south, east and west, and a wraparound balcony with peerless views of the Upper West Side’s familiar landmarks.
The home’s upper level could become a media room or master suite.
If living in the Ansonia’s largest apartment appeals to you, this is your moment. Classic pre-war finishes include 11-foot ceilings, plaster moldings, quarter-sawn white oak floors, restored original windows, French doors, two washer and dryers, custom woodwork and plenty of closet space, plus that wraparound balcony with stunning wrought-iron railings.
Along with the listing, floor plans are provided by The Renovated Home to show how the four apartments might be transformed into one massive living space.
If you ever tire of your endless apartment, the building offers a 24- hour garage, a gorgeous landscaped roof deck, a 24-hour doorman, porter and concierge, storage and more.
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman.
Neighborhoods : Upper West Side