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Upper West Side apartments are some of the nicest places to live in New York City, catering to a variety of demographics. The Upper West Side of Manhattan is a neighborhood lying between Central Park and the Hudson River, with southern and northern boundaries of 59th Street and 110th Street, respectively. While nearly as affluent as the Upper East Side, the area has a slightly more bohemian feel to it. Several thoroughfares run through the UWS, including Broadway, Columbus Avenue, Amsterdam Avenue and West End Avenue, which all have numerous retail establishments lining their streets.
While the Upper West Side certainly has its own collection of restaurants, bars and retail stores, it has a reputation for being a quieter, more educated part of town. The neighborhood is comprised of individuals, couples and families with a large portion being in their 30’s and 40’s. The neighborhood has a wealth of schools, both public and private, for UWS children to attend. As with its eastern counterpart, the median household income here is quite a bit higher than New York as a whole.
Aside from the many historic brownstone apartments, the Upper West Side possesses some of the most sought-after residential buildings in New York. Many of these line Central Park West, directly adjacent to the park. Also on Central Park West is the Museum of Natural History, one of the most famous museums in the world, and one of several on the UWS. Lincoln Center, including the Juilliard School, the Metropolitan Opera and the New York City Ballet, Opera and Philharmonic, are all located here as well.
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Upper West Side Apartment Buildings
The Sagamore (189 West 89th Street) – A modern building with a lobby designed by David Rockwell.
Dorchester Towers (155 West 68th Street) – A 683-unit residential complex with driveway valet service.
Sessanta (229 West 60th Street) – A 27-story doorman building offering lighted outdoor tennis courts.
Ruxton Towers (50 West 72nd Street) – A landmark mid-rise doorman building built in 1927.
The Alfred (161 West 61st Street) – A post-war concierge condo building with a swimming pool and gym.
Columbia House (238 West 108th Street) – The building features a private outdoor space and fireplace.
One Lincoln Plaza (20 West 64th Street) – A high-rise condo building with a gym and parking garage.
The Rushmore (80 Riverside Boulevard) – A modern condo building with available catering services.
The Franconia (20 West 72nd Street) – A pre-war red brick building with a doorman and conceirge.
The Majestic (115 Central Park West) – An Art Deco building with a roof deck and solarium.
The Toulaine (130 West 67th Street) – A 1970's high-rise tower with two lower height wings.
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