Prewar Condo Built 1906 in
Upper West Side
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At over 4,500 square feet, this space is one of the largest contiguous corner units on the Upper West Side, and perfect for dinner parties, benefits or simply relaxing at home. With the perfect balance of incredible proportions, character, light, view, location and building pedigree, this home represents a collector quality residence that you will seldom see. Currently a wide open flexible space, bring in your architect and create your dream home!!Plans by renowned architect Alex Stojanovic have been designed to take advantage of the sweeping corner facing west toward Riverside Park, incorporating a large formal dining room and huge windowed eat-in kitchen.Easily create 4 to 5 bedrooms with open west, north and east exposures. The Apthorp is to New York City what the Pitti Palace is to Florence; a breathtaking icon steeped in architectural history and magnificent details. One of the few buildings in the city to sit on an entire city block, from 78th to 79th and Broadway to West End, it was added to the National Register of Historical Places in 1978. A large landscaped courtyard enables residents to drive through the porte-cochere, passed the guardhouse, and be dropped off inside the park-like privacy unlike any other residence in the city.