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622 West 114th Street
622 West 114th Street, Morningside Heights, Manhattan, NY 10025

Pre-war Co-op

38 units
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  • 38 residences
  • 6 stories
  • BUILT 1905

The Details About 622 West 114th Street

Revere Hall was built in 1907 by the renowned duo, Schwartz and Gross. Six stories with 38 units, Revere Hall stands as one of the great historic buildings in Morningside Heights. Once home to President Obama and famed filmmaker Cecil B. DeMille, this building is brimming with history as well as glorious period details from the early 1900’s. There is a resident Superintendent...

key features
  • Elevators
  • 71665
  • Resident Superintendent
  • Bike storage

622 West 114th Street Units

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Get to know Morningside Heights

Morningside Heights is the home of several higher learning institutions, including Columbia University and Barnard College. But what this Upper Manhattan enclave amasses in educational prestige it more than equals with leafy, natural beauty. The neighborhood is balanced between the loveliness of Morningside and Riverside Parks, the former of which contains something you’d never expect to find in this city — a cliff. Atop that outcropping of Manhattan schist sits the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, a structure as striking in its design as its sheer size. Though you’ll find a collection of sparkling condominiums, much of Morningside Heights falls within a historic district that preserves the area’s look from around the turn of the 20th century — when it initially became a residential haven. Those homes primarily consist of Colonial and Georgian Revival rowhouses and apartment buildings with distinctive features — like the curved facades of The Colosseum and The Paterno.

Morningside Heights Neighborhood Guide