Upper West Side


1 BD, 1 BA

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Price Reduction - Let's make a deal!

This is a well maintained apartment in the rear of the building. The living and dining area have a west facing window. The hallway leads to the large & bright bedroom which has west and south exposures overlooking a rooftop. The apartment is in good condition but could use some updating. Perfect pied a terre and priced to sell!

116 West 72 Street is nearby the 72 Street subway and one block from Central Park. The building's architect was built in 1918 and designed by Schwartz & Gross. Recent improvements include new elevators and an extensive rehabilitation to its beautiful facade! There is a live-in super and laundry in the basement. No pets, please.

Courtesy of: Stephen P. Wald Real Estate Associates
Property: Upper West Side


Year Built



  • Bike storage Bike storage
  • Elevator Elevator
  • Laundry in building Laundry in building
  • Pre war Pre war

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Manhattan’s Upper West Side extends from 59th St. to 110th St., west of Central Park and is recognized as a diverse cultural area. Many residents have migrated to this area to enjoy the prewar family-sized apartments, brownstones, walk-ups, and extravagant new condominium buildings. Residents with children will find excellent private schools in this area and will benefit from easy access to both Riverside and Central Park. Culture buffs will be smitten with the proximity to Lincoln Center, The Museum of Natural History, The New York Historical Society and The Manhattan Children’s Museum. There are numerous unique boutiques, specialty food stores, eclectic restaurants, and trendy bars on the Upper West Side.

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