The Chatsworth 344 West 72nd Street New York a historic Beaux-Arts building located on 72nd Street and Riverside Drive, is an exquisitely renovated building located in the heart of Manhattan’s charming Upper West Side. Built in 1904, the 2015 reintroduction of The Chatsworth as a prestigious Co-operative redefines the traditional “co-op” by integrating all the benefits and flexibility of “condominium rules.” The Chatsworth as a whole was purchased Fee Simple, and thus is not burdened by a land-lease. Further, for this co-op there is no underlying debt, very favorable monthly carrying costs, and the approval process for purchases and rentals closely mirrors that of contemporary condominiums.
The completely re-envisioned interiors by noted design firm Pembrooke & Ives offer one the opportunity to purchase a completely updated home within a turn-of-the-century National Historic Landmark. Residences feature meticulous and graciously expanded floor plans with elegant details inspired by the pre-war era, including beamed ceilings, crown molding, wood baseboards, and white-oak herringbone floors. Custom high-performance kitchens will be outfitted with polished marble slab countertops and stainless steel appliances by Wolf, Gaggenau, and Miele, while bathrooms feature Kallista fixtures and Italian marble. The building’s majestic lobby, which is being beautifully restored, features original hand-carved wood paneling, ornate ceiling details, white-oak herringbone floors as well as a beautifully furnished new reception area with Nero Gold marble concierge desk. Residents will be afforded every modern luxury as well as a full suite of new amenities to be introduced on the lower level. The Chatsworth’s location at the base of Riverside Park offers select residences uninterrupted park and Hudson River views, while other homes are filled with light from multiple exposures.