The building, with its pre-war, iconic facade has a newly revived interior, projecting a noteworthy blend of historical motifs in a modern setting. Standing six stories tall, the building has 7 luxury residences housing 3 to 6 bedroom homes. The gracious use of space in its interior lends the residence immediate occupancy expectancy.
The kitchens are expansive, with Italian cabinetry and stonework. The spacious bedrooms with large windows and closet spaces, and the oversized bathrooms with marble mosaic flooring offer a luxurious and convenient lifestyle like never before. The neighborhood is home to many iconic restaurants, malls, schools, and museums, granting the residents access to a multitude of year-round recreational activities. The residences also provide a wide list of amenities including a 24-hour doorman, superintendent, and ample storage spaces.
This handsome, 7-story, mid-block, apartment building at 272 West 86th Street between Broadway and West End Avenue was erected in 1885 and has only 7 condominium units.
It was designed by C. P. H. Gilbert, whose was the architect of numerous notable Manhattan mansions including the former Otto Kahn mansion at 1 East 91st Street, the former Felix M. Warburg House at 1 East 92nd Street, the former Morton F. Plant house at 2 West 52nd Street and the former Harry F. Sinclair mansion at 2 East 79th Street.
Barry Rice was the architect for the 2017 conversion to condominiums by East River Partners LLC.
There is excellent public transportation and a supermarket is across the street.
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