250 W 99TH 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 250 W 99th St

This building is equally desirable, known as a desirable building, this Pre-War Elevator building offers extremely large rooms, modern renovations, immaculate maintenance, elevator and laundry facilities. Ben Yoon (Sep 2013)
Classic elevator prewar building with charming lobby and nicley renovated apartments which have high ceilings, hardwood floors, large modern kitchens, great closet space, tiled baths, and nice finishes. Jamar Vaz (Feb 2011)
In the event that you have not been employed full-time for over a year or you are currently enrolled in school and do not qualify, you may use a guarantor that makes at least 80-100x the monthly rent. Annette Holmgren (Jul 2012)
On 99th, just steps to Broadway shopping and transportation,, 1/2/3 trains, or B/C trains, and buses including cross-town, for easy trips to the East side, Midtown, Chelsea, and the Village. Bob Adler (May 2013)
John's the divine, Columbia University, Barnard College, Manhattan School of Music, Central Park, Riverside Park, fine restaurants, cafes, outside eatries, trendy bars, and specialty stores. Waqar Samad (Sep 2012)
Not only that but it is steps from Whole Foods Market, Riverside Park, Central Park, 1 train, and a gigantic variety of shops, restaurants, bars, and awesome nightlife. Justin DiGiulio (Jun 2014)
Shop on Broadway, eat at any of the amazing restaurants on Broadway, Columbus or Amsterdam Ave, visit the Museums or just stroll through Central and Roverside Parks. Beautiful Two bedrooms with renovated from ceiling to floor, New Kitchen, Tiled Bath, Hardwood Floors, Lots of Windows and Perfect Location. Charles Murray (Oct 2013)
Conveniently located near 96th express subway station (1,2,3, B, C Columbia University, Central Park, tons of shopping, dining, and more. Robert Salsberry (Jul 2013)
Just Steps To Transportation, Whole Foods, 24 Hour Gristedes, West Side Market, Equinox, Fine Restaurants, Popular Bars, Trendy Shops. Glenn Greenstein (Oct 2014)

Nearby Subway Stations

  • 1 2 3 96 St (0.22 mi)
  • 1 103 St (0.26 mi)
  • C A D B 96 St (0.57 mi)
  • 1 Cathedral Pkwy (0.57 mi)

building details

Floors: 9
Units: 43
Floor area: 54520
Year built: 1925

Building Median Rents

4br: $4,975
3br: $5,400
1br: $2,100

Nearby Schools

M.S. 250 West Side Collaborative Middle School
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
735 WEST END AVENUE
P.S. 163 Alfred E. Smith
Elementary
163 WEST 97 STREET
P.S. 075 Emily Dickinson
Elementary
735 WEST END AVENUE
Edward A. Reynolds West Side High School
High school
140 WEST 102 STREET
West Prep Academy
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
150 WEST 105 STREET
P.S. 145, The Bloomingdale School
Elementary
150 WEST 105 STREET
M.S. 256 Academic & Athletic Excellence
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
154 WEST 93 STREET
M.S. 258 Community Action School
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
154 WEST 93 STREET
P.S. 333 Manhattan School For Children
K-8
154 WEST 93 STREET
P.S. 165 Robert E. Simon
K-8
234 WEST 109 STREET
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