17 West 87th Street
Central Park West and Columbus Avenue Upper West Side
This home has been sold
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- Guarantors allowed
This excellent 1880s 5 story multi residential brownstone is just steps from Central Park on a beautiful tree lined street. Six out of ten units are decontrolled which creates an opportunity for a lovely garden and parlor floor owner's duplex, at minimum. The building has been recently upgraded and is an excellent investment or owner/investor property.
Upper West Side
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Tucked between the lush green of Riverside Park and Central Park, the Upper West Side is a pristine neighborhood with a surprisingly leisurely pace of life. Its tree-lined streets, well-kept townhouses and village-like charm make it one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in the city – not to mention the breathtaking Hudson River views. A vibrant performing arts community also helps add to its prestige. Home to Lincoln Center and a wealth of museums, the Upper West Side has long been a hotspot for actors, artists and writers. There’s a bohemian, intellectual vibe that permeates the independent bookstores and airy bistros lining the sidewalks. Although the area can feel worlds apart from the hustle and bustle of downtown, residents here are well-connected. The 1, 2 and 3 subway lines stop on Broadway’s main strip, and the A, B, C and D trains all connect to Central Park West.