223 W 109TH 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.

learn more about this neighborhood

#12Neighborhood popularity:

based on Naked Apartments searches

Building Mix

  • 23% Pre War
  • 23% Luxury Highrise
  • 13% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 12% Brownstone
  • 8% Walk-Up
Legal Disclosure: Neighborhood descriptions and data are created exclusively by Naked Apartments without contributions or approval from the agents listed on this page.

Descriptions of 223 W 109th St

With plenty of fine Restaurants like " The Atlantic Grill" and entertainment such as " The New York city ballet" just paces away from your doorstep, sauntering through Central park west on your way to the Beacon Theater could become part of your routine. Columbus Circle, Lincoln Center and the American Museum of Natural History are just a few of the many cultural and Historic landmarks located within this neighborhood. Joshua Rosen (Apr 2013)
Gorgeous sunny Upper West Side 3 true bedrooms oversized living room/dining room, large windowed kitchen with new appliances, separate pantry, beautiful hardwood floors, in an immaculate prewar elevator building. Aaron Bloch (Feb 2014)
Not only is there close access to buses and the subway, Riverside Park, Hudson River Trail, and Central Park, but there is also an abundance of restaurants, cafes, grocers, shopping, and boutiques all nearby. Matt Irvine (Mar 2013)
Kingsize rooms | High Ceilings | Large Luminous Windows | Hardwood Flooring | Modern Kitchen and Bath | Granite Countertops | Marble Tile | Elevator/Laundry | Close to transportation and stores and parks. Jonan Everett (Apr 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. Bryan Scarpone (Mar 2013)
In an incredibly convenient location (West Side Market just around the corner, the Hungarian Pastry Shop only minutes away, and the 110th station right there. Lauren Leung (Mar 2014)
Just steps away from Columbia, Central Park and the train at 110th street, everything you want and everything you need are found right here. Brian W. Murphy (Apr 2013)
Features new renovations, stainless steel appliances, shiny oak hardwood floors, very high ceilings, laundry, and big sun-filled windows. Shanella Jacobs (Aug 2013)
Known for tree-lined streets with one brownstone after another and breathtaking old world architecture and pre-war buildings. Justin DiGiulio (Apr 2014)

apartments in this building

Nearby Subway Stations

  • 1 Cathedral Pkwy (0.12 mi)
  • 1 103 St (0.33 mi)
  • 1 116 St - Columbia University (0.33 mi)
  • C A D B Cathedral Pkwy (110 St) (0.52 mi)
  • C A D B 103 St (0.55 mi)

building details

Floors: 6
Units: 25
Floor area: 18918
Year built: 1910

Nearby Schools

Mott Hall Ii
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
234 WEST 109 STREET
P.S. 165 Robert E. Simon
K-8
234 WEST 109 STREET
J.H.S. 054 Booker T. Washington
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
103 WEST 107 STREET
West Prep Academy
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
150 WEST 105 STREET
P.S. 145, The Bloomingdale School
Elementary
150 WEST 105 STREET
Edward A. Reynolds West Side High School
High school
140 WEST 102 STREET
P.S. 241 Family Academy
K-8
240 WEST 113 STREET
Wadleigh Secondary School For The Performing & Vis
Secondary School
215 WEST 114 STREET
Frederick Douglass Academy Ii Secondary School
Secondary School
215 WEST 114 STREET
P.S. 180 Hugo Newman
K-8
370 WEST 120 STREET
Feedback