UNIT 7C presents you with the chance to bring your own architect (or work with one we can recommend, who has done several apartments at the Apthorp), in order that you can finish the unit as you please, since this RAW SPACE. Therefore, this is the rarest of opportunities -- to own in The Apthorp, one of New York's most storied examples of elegant & auspicious architectural achievements... but to do so on your terms.
This apartment is a 3 bedroom - 3.5 bathroom unit possessing 3,100 interior square footage, exposures to the West and East, and all original details.
The Apthorp, completed in 1908 and designed by Clinton & Russel for William Waldorf Astor, was designated a New York City landmarked in 1969, then added to the US National Register of Historic Places in 1978. In the spirit of the Italian Renaissance Revival, it was named for Charles Ward Apthorp, a farmer in the latter part of the 18th century who owned the land on which this condominium is located.
390 West End Avenue's modern conveniences include twin gatehouses to both the west and east, four residential lobbies with their own respective doormen, and hand-delivered mail service. The modern amenities at The Apthorp include 6500 square foot amenity center with a private spa, exclusive exercise facility, steam room / sauna, two treatment suites, and a yoga studio. The entertainment suite, separate from the health & wellness area, has a bar, catering kitchen, billiards, and media experience. A children's play room, on-site parking, and additional storage rooms are also available. This convenient location is near subway transportation, grocery stores and Central Park and Riverside Park.
$6,155,662 / $1,985 per ft²
Sold: Apr 14, 2016
-12.0% from ask / 101 Days to Sell
3 Beds / 3.5 Baths / 3,100 ft²
Total Monthly expenses: -
Maintenance: - / R.E. Taxes -
Exclusively listed with: Miron Properties
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