915 West End Avenue

Brooklyn, CityRealty, Manhattan, Queens, Rentals

FREE RENT: This week’s roundup of NYC rental news

By Ondel Hylton, Sat, October 7, 2017

Images (L to R): FRONTIER, TOWER 28, LEVEL and 95 WALL

  • The Refinery, Newly Constructed Clinton Hill Rental Leasing from $2,150/Month [link]
  • A New Frontier: Leasing Begins at 210 East 39th Street with Two Months of Free Rent [link]
  • New Rentals Launch with 1 Month Free at Historic Offerman House in Downtown Brooklyn [link]
  • Tallest Residential Building in Queens Marks Grand Opening with 1 Month Free [link]
  • Hell’s Kitchen Rental Has a Full Workout Facility & Half Basketball Court [link]
  • At LEVEL, It’s About Balance; Brand New Waterfront Rentals Now Leasing in Williamsburg [link]
  • Rosario Candela-Designed Rental at 915 West End Avenue Debuts New Look, Offers Free Rent [link]
  • $250 Security Deposits with Approved Credit at 95 Wall Street in the Financial District [link]
  • A Look Inside 21 West End; Luxe Interiors, Cutting-Edge Amenities [link]
  • At 21 Chelsea, Sophisticated and Stylish Apartments Are Now Leasing with $500 Deposits [link]
  • A Reinvented Factory in Brooklyn: Authentic Lofts at 44 Berry Street in Williamsburg [link]
  • Leasing Special for Luxury Rentals in 42-Story Long Island City Tower; Studios from $2,600/Month [link]
  • No-Fee Rentals with $1,000 Deposits at 95 Horatio Street in the West Village [link]
  • Luxurious Upper West Side Rentals at Sessanta, and Stylish Amenities Too [link]
  • If Location is Everything, Look No Further Than Two Lincoln Square’s Luxury Rentals [link]

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condos, New Developments, Upper West Side 

Upper West Side apartments, UWS, Rosario Candela

West End Avenue is one of Manhattan’s longest stretches of harmonious architecture. The nearly 50-block-long, better-looking half of Eleventh Avenue is the Upper West Side‘s answer to Park Avenue, without the median and with the community. The Avenue’s rows of stately prewar buildings are raised to a mostly uniform height of 12 to 15 stories and appear as if some Haussmann-like visionary conceived their elegance and scale. Behind dignified masonry facades are wood-paneled lobbies and sprawling apartments that are stacked in classic sixes and sevens with staff quarters.

Near the Avenue’s starting point at Straus Park, at the northwest corner of 105th Street, 915 West End Avenue rises humbly without much fuss. The red-brick building, built in 1922, was designed by beloved architect Rosario Candela and is undergoing a conversion that would transform 43 of its 91 rental apartments into condominium residences, according to an offering plan submitted to the attorney general.

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