Upper West Side
The Upper West is one of Manhattan’s most quintessential and classic Manhattan neighborhood communities. Spanning a huge area from Central Park to the Hudson River and from 59th Street to approximately 110th St, the Upper West Side is made up of various and unique sections, including Columbus Circle, Lincoln Square, Central Park West, and the Riverside Drive and West End Avenue.
The Upper West Side is prominently known as a center for the performing arts. The Lincoln Center is the largest performing arts area in the entire United States. The development of the Columbus Circle area including the condominium buildings such as Time Warner Center, Trump International Hotel and Tower and 15 Central Park West have paved the way for more expansion in the Riverside Park South area.
The Upper West Side is considered to be one of the most ideal neighborhoods to live in Manhattan because of both its high quality of life, walking distance to Central and Riverside Parks, access to multiple subway and bus routes, school choices, along with a rich tradition of the arts and culinary choice.
The residential real estate choices are plentiful. Whether you want to live in a classic pre-war co-op on Riverside Drive or Central Park West, or a high rise condominium such as Millennium Park, Time Warner Center or even 15 Central Park West you will find it in the Upper West Side. Some of the most famous architecturally significant buildings both past and present can be found whether you are looking at the Dakota on Central Park West, The Ansonia on Broadway, or the newly minted premiere pre-war condominium building 15 Central Park West.