NEW YORK, NY 10023
A 14-story landmarked building at the intersection of Lincoln Square and the Upper West Side that is serviced by a full-time doorman and live-in super.
- Studio: Available
- 1 Bedroom: from $3,800
In 1929, Walter Russell erected Sherman Square Studios, the 14-story, 148-unit, pre-war, high-rise, landmarked apartment building at 160 West 73rd Street between Columbus Avenue and Amsterdam Avenue. Apartment layouts consist of Studios and 1-Bedrooms, most of which are renovated to include modern kitchens and stainless steel appliances while still maintaining the charm of its prewar layouts. Staffed by a 24/7 Doorman and Live-in Superintendent, the building has 2 elevators and renovated laundry facilities. Remarkably, as The New York Times observed in 1927, the year before the completion of 160 West 73rd Street: "A notable feature of this building is the fact that it will be scientifically sound-proofed, even to the doors." These noise-dampening qualities of the Sherman Square Studios apartments made them initially very popular with musicians who practiced their instruments in their apartments without disturbing their neighbors. While the tenants of 160 West 73rd Street today include those of many other professions, the soundproof character of individual apartments persists offering immense privacy. Very conveniently located for subway travel, 160 West 73rd Street is just a few blocks away from the A, B, C, 1, 2, and 3 lines. 160 West 73rd Street stands just blocks from the City's Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts with its numerous staged presentations of theater, dance, opera and film. The Lincoln Square neighborhood offers fine food shops such as the original Fairway, Citarella and Zabar's as well as charming eateries like Alice's Tea Cup. Retail shops, from Swatch and Crocs to numerous clothing and jewelry boutiques are located nearby, as are the retail stores - plus the restaurants and entertainment venues - of the high-end complex known as the Shops at Columbus Circle. Within short walking distance of 160 West 73rd Street are Riverside Park and Central Park, so that a tenant of 160 West 73rd Street could walk either west or east and come upon delightful neighborhood green spaces.
A 14-story landmarked building at the intersection of Lincoln Square and the Upper West Side that is serviced by a full-time doorman and live-in super.MAKE INQUIRY