Exposed brick and contemporary flair collide in this $1M Upper West Side two-bedroom

Posted On Wed, April 14, 2021 By

Posted On Wed, April 14, 2021 By In Cool Listings, Upper West Side 

Listing images courtesy of The Corcoran Group

When this Upper West Side co-op at 170 West 89th Street was recently gutted, the renovation exposed the original brick walls that had been sealed for years. Now, the 834-square-foot, two-bedroom home, on the market for $1,050,000, stands out for these old-world architectural details mixed with stylish, contemporary additions such as built-in shelving and modern appliances. Another perk is that it’s just two blocks from Central Park.

The living spaces are extra bright thanks to three oversized north-facing windows. Throughout are wide-plank white oak floors, which complement the faux wooden mantel. In the open kitchen, you’ll find a lovely tiled floor, a breakfast bar, and Bertazzoni & Bosch appliances. There’s also a laundry nook off the kitchen.

The primary bedroom is located off the living room. It has a south-facing window and two closets.

The bathroom and secondary bedroom are down a short hallway alongside the kitchen. This bedroom has a full wall of custom, built-in closets.

The building is located between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues, on the same block as PS 166, the Stephen Gaynor School, and Ballet Hispanico. Pieds-a-terre, guarantors, and co-purchasing are permitted, as is subletting after a year of residency. The co-op offers a bike room, stroller parking on the ground floor, private storage for rent, and a live-in super.

[Listing details: 170 West 89th Street, 3A at CityRealty]

[At The Corcoran Group by Domingo Perez]


Listing images courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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Neighborhoods : Upper West Side



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