WEB ID: 6350472

250 West 104th Street, 32
Upper West Side, Manhattan, NY 10025

rented

2 BEDS | 2 BATHS | Apartment Building

Between Broadway & West End Avenue
$5,700
    • 2 BEDS
    • 2 BATHS
    • PRE-WAR
    • BUILT 1912

    The Details
    About 250 West 104th Street, 32, Upper West Side, Manhattan, NY 10025

    Stunning classic six. The apartment has a large living room, formal dining room, two large bedrooms, and a full kitchen with dishwasher.
    Listing Courtesy of Corcoran

    key features

    • Elevator
    • Pet friendly

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    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.

    about the building
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    about the building

    250 West 104th Street

    250 West 104th Street

    Apartment Building in Upper West Side

    Between Broadway & West End Avenue

    37 UNITS
    9 STORIES
    1912 BUILT
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