Prewar Coop Built 1916 in
Upper West Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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Welcome to the meeting of European design and spectacular sunshine... all on the thriving Upper West Side. No detail was overlooked in the gut renovation of this corner unit, from the recreation of the floor plan to create an open loft feel to the new plumbing and electrical to the exquisite finishes.
The kitchen boasts a La Cornue custom oven, seamless dishwasher and refrigerator, and Carrera marble counters. The open concept is perfect for hosting big dinners with lots of space to entertain!
Both windowed bathrooms were gutted and customized to keep the Pre-war feel but with clean, modern finishes. White oak flooring throughout enhances the light and bright sunshine streaming through the large windows over the romantic western views. It is perfectly positioned to ensure peace and quiet with a distance from the avenue. Indulge in dream closet space, including a walk-in closet that is large enough to house your own combo washer dryer.
176 W 87th St. is a full service 1916 coop built by famed architects Schwartz and Gross (known for The Mark Hotel and 55 CPW, the Ghostbusters Building!) with 24-hour doorman, exquisite lobby, landscaped roof deck with open city views, newly renovated playroom and laundry room (although you do have your own washer dryer!) private storage and bicycle room. The residents face a few very difficult decisions: choosing among the many famed brunch hot spots in the area, such as Sarabeth's, Mermaid Inn, Barney Greengrass or a freshly baked croissant from the Kirsch bakery on site. Follow that indulgence by a walk in beautiful Riverside Park or Central Park, as each is just a quick walk away. Easy transportation to 1,B,C trains and many major bus lines, including the crosstown.
With so much happening on the UWS, it is easy to fall in love with the neighborhood. Brace yourselves...you're about to fall in love with the apartment.