NEW YORK, NY 10024
An Upper West Side landmark building consisting primarily of red brick with a classic limestone base on perhaps the most sought after block in the UWS.
- 1 Bedroom: from $3,700
- 2 Bedrooms: Not Available
- 3 Bedrooms: Not Available
120 West 86th Street, between Columbus Avenue and Amsterdam Avenue, is a pre-war mid-rise landmark building developed in 1912. With a live-in Superintendent, this building consists of 12 floors, serviced by 2 elevators. The 48 apartment units feature 1-Bedroom and 2-Bedroom layouts. Verizon FIOS is available. Central Park is merely a block and a half away. In this neighborhood are the New York Historical Society, American Museum of Natural History and the Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre. The renowned foods of Zabar's is 646 yards away, and other appealing nearby eateries include Barney Green grass, Boat Basin Café, La Mirabelle, Pizza Pete's and Firehouse, each around 1,000 yards away. Between 59th and 125th Streets between Central Park and the Hudson River, the Upper West Side consists of lovely row houses and beautiful pre-war buildings alongside tree-lined and flower-planted streets. Bordered at both East and West ends with the City's largest parks, the UWS (as it is known by its shorthand form) offers - in addition to superb greenery - most daily needs within walking distance, such as museums, schools, grocery stores, gyms and clubs. A favorite location of film and TV producers, UWS locations appear in movies like You've Got Mail, Ghostbusters and Hannah and her Sisters. Subway transportation stops near to 120 West 86th Street include 86th Street and Broadway (0.19 miles away for the 1 train), 86th Street and Central Park West (0.21 miles away for B and C trains) and 96th Street and Broadway (0.44 miles away for the 1, 2 and 3 trains).
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