To say that Manhattan's Upper West Side is an area steeped in culture and history would be to severely understate the case. The American Museum of Natural History, The Beacon Theater, Lincoln Center, and Central park, just to name a few, can be found on or bordering the Upper West Side. The neighborhood abounds in food markets like Zabar's and The Fairway and boasts many restaurants running the gamut from high-end French and Italian food to the famous Gray's Papaya. The convenience of Central Park, plus the many museums and theaters of the Upper West Side make it an ideal location to explore or call home. This building offers elevator service, an in-building laundry facility and doorman.
A lovely one-bedroom with spacious living room, integrated kitchenette, a tiled bathroom and gorgeous park views. The apartment also features beautiful architectural features, high ceilings and wide door frames and hallways. The view must be seen, to be believed. The pre-war building features a doorman, elevator, and full laundry facilities, and is just three doors from Central Park's greens.