59 W 73RD ST in Upper West Side

Upper West Side

Quiet Good transportation Fun nightlife Great food LGBT-popular

Upper West Side residents can’t imagine living anywhere else.

The buildings are beautiful and, with a few exceptions, tend not to tower over the blocks. The pace of life is a bit slower than in other areas of NYC. For anyone that has lived in or knows Boston, the neighborhood is the closest thing to Boston living that New York has.

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Building Mix

  • 23% Pre War
  • 23% Luxury Highrise
  • 13% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 12% Brownstone
  • 8% Walk-Up
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Descriptions of 59 W 73rd St

Fantastic UWS location steps to Central Park for morning/afternoon jogging or bike ride, B/C and 1/2/3 express stop a few blocks away in either direction, and you have easy access to plenty of restaurants, bars, grocery stores (Fairway/Trader Joe's) and all the main conveniences right at your doorstep. Rudolf Leal (Aug 2012)
Within sight of Central Park and immersed in the heart of the Upper West Side with Lincoln Center, the Museum of Natural History, gourmet supermarkets, Columbus Avenue boutiques, Broadway, movies, restaurants, clubs, subway and bus lines just around the corner. Nathaniel Gurien (Aug 2014)
Just 1 block from the subway, all banking institutions are steps away, as well as Trader Joe's, plenty of Restaurants, Bakeries, Coffee Shops, Walk to Central Park, and Museum of Natural History, Theaters and the list goes on. Norman Shakner (Apr 2013)
The very well kept charming pet friendly prewar building conveniently located at the foot of the Central Park, subway B, C,1,2,3, fantastic restaurants, world class shops and all other stuff you need on a daily basis. Helena Ashton (Oct 2012)
Located in the Heart of the UWS in the mid 70's are these classic late 1800's historic town homes and Brown stones just steps from Central Park, transportation, bars, restaraunts and night life. This building has hi-ceilings, pre-war detail, renovated Kitchens and baths, in addition some of the units will have sleep/work/storage lofts. Michael Zaccaria (Apr 2013)
It is steps from numerous train lines, grocery stores, fun shops and boutiques, and an overwhelming assortment of restaurant, bar, and pub options. J. Jude Branco (Jun 2013)
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Nearby Subway Stations

  • C A D B 72 St (0.19 mi)
  • 1 2 3 72 St (0.3 mi)
  • 1 2 3 79 St (0.43 mi)
  • C A D B 81 St - Museum of Natural History (0.45 mi)
  • 1 2 3 66 St - Lincoln Center (0.45 mi)

building details

Floors: 4
Units: 10
Floor area: 5052
Year built: 1910

Building Median Rents

Studio: $1,675
2br: $4,200

Nearby Schools

  • P.S. 452
  • Elementary
  • 100 WEST 77 STREET
  • M.S. M245 The Computer School
  • Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
  • 100 WEST 77 STREET
  • The Anderson School
  • K-8
  • 100 WEST 77 STREET
  • P.S. 087 William Sherman
  • Elementary
  • 160 WEST 78 STREET
  • Special Music School
  • K-8
  • 129 WEST 67 STREET
  • P.S. 199 Jessie Isador Straus
  • Elementary
  • 270 WEST 70 STREET
  • Manhattan Theatre Lab High School
  • High school
  • Manhattan / Hunter Science High School
  • High school
  • High School For Arts, Imagination And Inquiry
  • High school
  • High School Of Arts And Technology
  • High school