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310 Riverside Drive

Co-op, Prewar
323 units
  • 323 RESIDENCES
  • 24 STORIES
  • BUILT 1929

The Details

About 310 Riverside Drive

One of the New York's most important Art Deco residential buildings and one of the city’s first major mixed-use buildings, this 24-story tower has been a prominent landmark on the Upper West Side since it was erected in 1929. Originally built to house a museum for Russian-born artist Nicholas Roerich, a school, an auditorium and a restaurant in a residential hotel, the building was designed by ...

key features
  • Concierge
  • Doorman
  • Cable ready
  • Central laundry room
  • Common garden
  • Guarantors allowed
  • High-speed internet
  • Private storage

Units

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Get to know the Upper West Side

Although geographically it sits between Central Park and the Hudson River, the Upper West Side is arguably an attitude as much as it is a place. Many of its residents have a passion for embracing all the cultural riches that New York offers, and it’s been a favorite neighborhood of people who produce much of that culture — actors, writers, professors, musicians, and others. Much of the bookish quality of the Upper West Side is due to some of the institutions that call it home (or sit on its edges) — Columbia and Barnard (just north, in Morningside Heights), Fordham Law School, Juilliard, and other smaller schools. The neighborhood attracts more than academics and the creative class, however, with everyone — recent grads, young families, and retirees included — enjoying its welcoming and easygoing atmosphere.

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