Photos courtesy of Warburg Realty
The gorgeous recessed windows at this co-op completely transform the small space and set the stage for its vintage-y decor. Located at 322 West 88th Street, the one-bedroom is currently on the market for $595,000. And though there’s not a ton of square footage, it’s in the heart of the Upper West Side and is full of pre-war charm.
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Listing photos courtesy of The Corcoran Group
The Endicott co-op at 101 West 81st Street is perhaps in the Upper West Side‘s most perfect location. It’s on the corner of Columbus Avenue on a stretch filled with mom-and-pop stores, right across from the Museum of Natural History, and one block from Central Park and the B/C trains. A two-bed, two-bath unit in the building has just hit the market for $1,695,000, and it’s just as lovely as its surrounding neighborhood. Oversized windows, including a big bay window, built-ins, a modern kitchen, and tons of closet space are just some of what you’ll find here.
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On the Upper West Side, on the corner of Broadway, this sunny alcove studio at 140 West 69th Street has both location and layout going for it. Listed for a palatable $550,000 the corner co-op has an entry foyer, sizable kitchen, separate sleeping area, and large windows. Plus, it’s a stone’s throw from Lincoln Center, Central and Riverside Parks, several major subway lines, and some of the neighborhood’s best restaurants and shops.
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If you’re cool with a studio, here’s your chance to live just off Central Park in a classic Upper West Side co-op… for only $489,000. This lovely residence is located at The Bancroft, also just steps from the West 72nd Street subway station. It’s got two large, arched windows that bring in plenty of light, along with classic pre-war details.
Renderings courtesy of Krispy Kreme
Finally, some sweet news. Krispy Kreme on Tuesday opened its latest New York City shop at the corner of Broadway and 96th Street on the Upper West Side. The new doughnut shop comes after the company opened a new store in Harlem and a massive flagship in Times Square this summer, part of a Krispy Kreme expansion in the city.
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New photos of the public park at the Waterline Square development were released this week, showing off the nearly three acres of green space designed by MNLA. Positioned in the middle of the three glassy Upper West Side towers, Waterline Square Park offers a tucked-away oasis for the community, along with a huge playground and unique water features. When it officially opened this summer, the park hosted a number of socially-distanced events including live music performances and yoga classes. See it here
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For the past 30 years, John Wrazej has been an executive at Ralph Lauren, and for just as long, he’s lived at this four-bedroom co-op on the Upper West Side. The home at 107 West 82nd Street has all the fashionable flair you’d expect, with tons of industrial details, lots of plaid fabric, and an overall masculine-yet-comfortable vibe. John said he and his wife, Patti Trainor-Wrazej, approached their home with the same sensibility as the Ralph Lauren brand–“like wearing a tuxedo jacket with jeans and a pair of cowboy boots.” The couple has now decided to sell, listing the apartment for $3,495,000.
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Renderings courtesy of ODA for Landsea Homes and Leyton Properties
New renderings of the Upper West Side condo tower that replaced one of New York City’s oldest synagogues were revealed this week. In 2017, Congregation Shaare Zedek sold its synagogue at 212 West 93rd Street to developers Leyton Properties and Landsea Homes. Some local residents and preservation groups opposed the sale and pushed for the nearly 100-year-old building to be landmarked, but their efforts fell short. Now as the project nears completion, we’re getting an updated preview of the 14-story mixed-use condo designed by Eran Chen’s ODA New York and a peek inside its 20 luxury residences, 70 percent of which will have private outdoor space.
New Target store at 1863 Broadway on the UWS. Photo credit: AP Images for Target.
After construction and COVID-related delays, Target has officially opened three new small-format stores on the Upper West Side, Hell’s Kitchen, and Staten Island. The store at 61st and Broadway at Columbus Circle was first announced two years ago and was planned to open in 2019. Likewise, the store on 10th Avenue and 45th Street was first announced four years ago and was also planned to open in 2019. The store in the North Shore section of Staten Island is only delayed by six months.
Photo Credit: Empire Optix for Sotheby’s International Realty
This three-bedroom co-op is located in a row of combined 1899 Beaux-Arts townhouses at 329 West 108th Street, just off Riverside Drive. The $3,200,000 million home is about as grand and classic Upper West Side as they come. From the bay windows and stained glass to the elaborate moldings, coffered ceilings, and ornate mantles, there are gorgeously preserved architectural details in every room.
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