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This prewar building was built in 1927 and has 44 units and is 12 stories tall. It was converted in 2000 and has 2 elevators, a full gym and storage. The apartments are on the larger side, with many 5, 6 and 7 room homes. There is a super and a doorman and pets are allowed.
Located on West End Avenue between 91st and 92nd Street in Manhattan, this lovely prewar building is close to all major transportation including the 7th avenue subway on 93rd Street, and both the 86th and 96th Street cross town buses. There's plenty of shopping available, including Zabars on 81st Street, a Gourmet Garage on 96th Street and a little further away, Citerella, and Fairway. The restaurants on the Upper West side are great too with family style Italian food at Carmines Restaurant, and down at the Time Warner Center, you have Per Se and Avoce. Also in the Time Warner building there are plenty of other shops like Hugo Boss, and The Whole Foods Market.
There are plenty of classic 6's, and 7's in this building. They come complete with high ceilings, wood floors, dining rooms and multiple bedrooms and an occasional maids room as well. Some if not all of them have been renovated to include high end finishes like Sub Zero, Bosh, Meile, and Thermadore appliances. They get plenty of light and have plenty of prewar charm.