495 West Ave New York
the Beresford 211 Central Park West New York
The Beresford 211 Central Park West New York, between 81st and 82nd Streets, is a luxury, 23-floor "pre-war" apartment building in New York City.
241 Central Park West New York
241 Central Park West New York is a fine example of art deco architecture in New York's Upper West side.
1261 Madison Avenue New York
While elite apartment buildings being constructed on the west side of the Park were given names – The Dakota, The Doral and the San Remo, for instance – those on the east side preferred to be known only by their address
The Lucerne 201 West 79 Street New York
The Lucerne 201 West 79 Street New York is located at 201 West 79th Street on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, one of New York City's most desirable and exclusive neighborhoods.
London Terrace Gardens - 425 West 23 Street - New York
London Terrace Gardens 425 West 23 Street New York is an apartment building complex located in New York City, in the Chelsea section of western Manhattan.
40 East 62 Street New York
40 East 62nd Street New York in the years just prior to World War I wealthy New Yorkers were altering or razing the old brownstone rowhouses on the Upper East Side blocks off Central Park. Suddenly stuffy post-Civil War residences with high stone stoops were replaced with neo-Georgian or Italian Renaissance mansions. But one group of investors had another idea.
The Chatsworth 344 West 72nd Street New York
The Chatsworth 344 West 72nd Street a historic Beaux-Arts building located on 72nd Street and Riverside Drive, is an exquisitely renovated building located in the heart of Manhattan
Prasada 50 Central Park West New York
Prasada 50 Central Park West New York in Manhattan, a luxury apartment house built in 1905-07 by the speculative builders Franklin and Samuel Haines to designs of Charles W. Romeyn and Henry R. Wynne, is a contributing building in the Central Park West Historic District.
St Urban 285 Central Park West New York
St Urban 285 Central Park West New York was built in 1906 and designed by Robert S. Lyons,
Kenilworth 151 Central Park WestNew York
Designed by Townsend, Steinle and Haskell for the Lenox Realty Company, this 13-story building, which is surrounded by a dry moat, was erected in 1908 and converted to a cooperative in 1958. It has only 42 apartments.
Millan House 115 East 67 Street New York
Millan House 115 East 67 Street New York is a wonderful and very charming mid-block building, which has entrances on both 67th and 68th Streets, is one of the finest in the city.Built in 1931 and designed by Andrew J. Thomas, this 11-story compound has a magnificent center garden that is partially visible from the canopied entrances. While there are other residential buildings with larger gardens, such as the Dakota, the Apthorp and the Belnord on the West Side, they are much larger structures.
Braender 318 Central Park West New York
The Braender at 318 Central Park West New York is located on the UWS between W. 101st St & W. 102nd St on Central Park West in the Manhattan Valley area. This pre-war condo has a full-time doorman, pets allowed, built in 1902, converted to condo in 1986, steam heat, 10 floors, 88 units, 2 elevators, private storage units, central laundry room, video security system, security guard, package room and many original details. Very low common charges and taxes too.
The Langham 135 Central Park West New York
The Langham is an apartment building in Manhattan, New York City, United States, located along Central Park West. After the site was unused for more than 15 years, the building was constructed between 1905 and 1907. Built at a cost of US $2 million, the structure included modern amenities, such as ice accessible from every apartment. The building was designed in the French Second Empire style by architects Clinton and Russell. It was listed as a contributing property to the federal government designated Central Park West Historic District in November 1982.
834 Fifth Ave New York
The building was constructed in 1931, and was one of the last luxury apartment houses completed before the Great Depression halted such projects in New York City. Its street facing facades are composed entirely of limestone. Elements of Art Deco styling were utilized on the entry ways and portions of the Fifth Avenue facade. The building uses setbacks at the upper floors to create terraces for several apartments and provide visual interest from a distance.
1158 Fift Ave New York
This handsome, large, 15-story apartment house, designed in French Renaissance-style by C. Howard Crane and Kenneth Franzheim, was built as a cooperative in 1924
898 Park Avenue New York
The 14-story building was erected in 1924 by the Mandel-Ehrich Corporation and converted to a cooperative in 1953. The architects for this building were John Sloan and Albert E. Nast. Mr. Sloan would design the building across the avenue at 895 Park Avenue five years later.
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Graham House 22 East 89th Street New York
Graham House 22 East 89th Street New York. When Scottish-born Charles Graham arrived in New York in 1851 he did what he knew best stair building. Fourteen years later he organized the firm of Charles Graham & Co., which not only continued building stairs, but entire buildings. Later the Evening World would say that “he was identified with the building of the metropolis, and “was largely instrumental in the building up of Upper Madison Avenue.” Graham was a staunch opponent of slavery and during the Civil War he was in charge of “a New York station of the ‘underground railway,’” according to The Sun. He was a close friend of Horace Greeley and abolitionist Wendell Phillips and wrote several anti-slavery articles for The Tribune.
Red House 350 West 85th Street New York
Red House 350 West 85th Street New York, completed in 1904, is located on 85th Street between West End Avenue and Riverside Drive.
Gainsborough Studios 222 Central Park South New York
Gainsborough Studios 222 Central Park South New York was built in 1908, The Gainsborough is one of the few notable “studio” buildings, a style from the early of the 20th century embracing voluminous interiors and access to natural light. Within its 16 stories, the front 34 apartments all have double-height living rooms facing north overlooking Central Park. Flanked by the post-war 220 CPS on the east and the deco-inspired 230 CPS, the façade of the Gainsborough is unique from the double-story windows to the frieze at the entry. It is the only pre World War I building on the 200 block of CPS. In lieu of a traditional doorman there is an elevator man beyond the wrought-iron clad entry doors. The first-level houses an architecture office.
Hendrik Hudson Building 380 Riverside Drive New York
Hendrik Hudson Building 380 Riverside Drive New York is a beautiful turn-of-the-century residential building.Spanning the entire block between Riverside Drive and Broadway at 110th Street, the Hendrik Hudson must have been a striking sight when it was completed in 1907. The facade was modeled after an Italian villa and the roof made from Spanish tile, topped by two imposing towers.
Ansonia Building Hotel 2109 Broadway New York
The Ansonia is a building on the Upper West Side of New York City, located at 2109 Broadway, between West 73rd and West 74th Streets. It was originally built as a residential hotel by William Earle Dodge Stokes, the Phelps-Dodge copper heir and share holder in the Ansonia Clock Company, and it was named for his grandfather, the industrialist Anson Greene Phelps. In 1899, Stokes commissioned architect Paul E. Duboy (1857–1907) to build the grandest hotel in Manhattan.
Ansonia Building Hotel 2109 Broadway New York
It was originally built as a residential hotel by William Earle Dodge Stokes, the Phelps-Dodge copper heir and share holder in the Ansonia Clock Company, and it was named for his grandfather, the industrialist Anson Greene Phelps. In 1899, Stokes commissioned architect Paul E. Duboy (1857–1907) to build the grandest hotel in Manhattan.
The Dorilton 171 West 71st Street, New York
The pre-war, 12-story Dorilton at 171 West 71st Street is located in the Upper West Side at the northeast corner of Broadway.
Alwyn Court, 180 West 58th Street New York
When it was completed in 1910, the area around Carnegie Hall had several of the city's most important apartment buildings such as the Osborne on the northwest corner of Seventh Avenue at 57th Street, the Rembrandt, the city's first co-op at 152 West 57th Street and the Navarro Flats on Central Park South, east of Seventh Avenue.
55 Central Park West New York
Though Central Park West would become an area heavily influenced by the Art Deco movement, the building was the first fully Art Deco structure on the street.