825 West End Avenue is a full service prewar condominium designed by the famous architect Emery Roth who is famous for building such residential masterpieces as : The Beresford, The Eldorado, The San Remo, The Ritz Carlton @ Central Park and many more He is famous for being one of the city’s most distinguished residential Architects. His biographer Steven Ruttenbaum, called him “a master who could combine eclectic architectural elements into romantic compositions of dignity and grace.”
It is a pet friendly building and is over 70% owner-occupied. Built in 1925, it was converted into a condominium in 1992. 106 units, primarily large homes, 15 floors with laundry in the building, bike storage, live-in super and 24-hour doorman.
It is surrounded by incredible restaurants near all transportation multiple train lines and buses, and between two parks the Hudson river and Riverside Drive is down the block and Central Park is just 4 Avenues away. Besides 24 hour supermarkets and restaurants just 3 avenues away coming soon is Columbus village a brand new glass tower shopping center with parking , a 60,000 sf whole foods, Borders books and music, Crumbs bakery, Models sporting goods and so much more!
Description provided by Amelia S. Gewirtz
- Bike Room
- Laundry in Building
- Live-in Super
- Pets Allowed