June 1, 2016
The 1920s were a great decade for New York City floor plans, with architects like Rosario Candela designing elegant mansions in the sky. In 1922, architect Michael Zenreich designed the brick apartment building at 250 West 75th Street, in the Broadway Corridor of the Upper West Side, with those high standards in mind. The floor plan at this apartment has a wonderful flow, dedicated dining and living areas, and two spacious bedrooms. The building was converted to co-ops in the 1980s and this unit is now asking $1.25 million after last selling in 2012 for $815,000.
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