622 West 114th Street

Co-op, Prewar
39 units
  • 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, laundry and bike ...

key features
  • Central laundry room
  • Common courtyard
  • Common storage


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Get to know Morningside Heights

North of Cathedral Parkway (110th Street) and south of 125th Street, Morningside Heights is dominated by several of the city’s institutions of higher education: Columbia University, its sister Barnard College, Union Theological Seminary, and a few smaller schools. It is also home to the enormous Cathedral of St. John the Divine — the Episcopal church is the city’s largest. Morningside Heights’ development began in earnest following the completion of Morningside Park (in 1888) and Riverside Drive (1892); Columbia University moved to the neighborhood in 1896. The campuses of Columbia, Barnard, and Union Theological Seminary can feel like surprisingly pastoral islands of academia on the grid of Manhattan. On the surrounding blocks, rowhouses and apartment buildings appeal to those who appreciate the college-town feel, the neighborhood’s two parks, and the lively commercial strip, along Broadway, catering to students, professors, and other residents.

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