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New York Upper West Side Real Estate


About Upper West Side, Yorkville, Lenox Hill - NYC

The Upper West Side is a neighborhood in Manhattan located between the Hudson River and Central Park from 59th Street up to 125th Street. Although primarily a residential neighborhood, there are also many commercial office spaces availble for lease in the area. Commercial spaces in this neighborhood are perfect for those who want to open a business in the vacinity of Midtown Manhattan looking to avoid paying Midtown prices and having to deal with heavy congestion and traffic. The Upper West Side has abundant medical spaces, retail spaces and vacant restaurant spaces availble for lease.

The Upper West Side is home to some of the city’s best private schools, Lincoln Center and Columbia University. The Upper West Side has tighter zoning laws than the Upper East Side and there are fewer new buildings being constructed in this neighborhood which allows the area to maintain a consistent neighborhood like feel. Major Avenues have many old pre-war buildings with spacious apartments and side streets are lined with oldfashioned townhouses. With Riverside Park and Central Park on its borders and its convenient location adjacent to Midtown Manhatan, you can’t go wrong if you lease a space on the Upper West Side.

 

For further information about specific commercial spaces and buildings within the Upper West Side, call Prime Manhattan Realty at (212) 268-8043. We will find the perfect space for your needs at no cost! We will help to negotiate you an ideal lease agreement that will save you money and time.


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New York Upper West Side Real Estate Guide


Locale Subway:
• A, B, C, D runs along Central Park West
- 59th Street/Columbus Circle
- 72nd Street
- 81st Street/Museum of Natural History
- 86th Street
- 96th Street
- 103 Street
- Cathedral Pkwy/110th Street
• 1, 9 runs along Broadway
- 66th Street/Lincoln Center
- 72nd Street(2,3 also available)
- 79th Street
- 86th Street
- 96th Street(2,3 also available)
- 103 Street
- 110th Street


Police Precinct:
20th Precinct, 120 West 82nd Street New York, NY, 10024 - Phone (212) 580-6411
New York City Police Department, 151 West 100th Street - Phone(212) 678-1851


24-Hour Pharmacies:

CVS 24-hour Pharmacy, 540 Amsterdam Ave @ W 86th St New York, NY 10024 - Phone: (212) 712-2821
Duane Reade 24-hour Pharmacy, 2522 Broadway @ W 94th St New York, NY 10025 - Phone: (212) 799-3172


Supermarkets:

Associated Supermarket, 15 West 100th Street # 1 New York, New York 10025 - Phone 212-531-4571
D'agostino Supermarkets Inc, 353 West 57th Street # 1 New York, New York 10019 - Phone 212-581-8716
Food Emporium, 2008 Broadway New York, New York 10023 - Phone 212-787-0012
Gristede's Foods Inc, 2589 Broadway New York, New York 10025 - Phone 212-663-5146
Key Food Supermarket, 2465 Broadway New York, New York 10025 - Phone 212-874-8204


Upper West Side Restaurants:
Alice's Tea Shop, located at 102 West 73rd Street - Phone: (212) 799-3006
The Steakhouse at Fairway, 2127 Broadway (74th Street) - Phone: 212-595-1888
The Great Burrito, at 405 Amsterdam Avenue - Phone: 212-724-5151


Upper West Side Nightlife:
Playwright Tavern, 202 West 49th Street New York, New York 10019 - Phone 212-262-9229
Posh 405, 405 W 51St Street New York, New York 10019 - Phone 212-957-2222
Tavern On The Green, 67 Central Park West New York, New York 10023 - Phone 212-362-4169
Tonic & The Met Lounge, 727 7th Avenue New York, New York 10019 - Phone 212-382-1059
Rumours Bar Lounge & Grill 933 8th Avenue New York, New York 10019 - Phone 212-757-2373
Lions Head Tavern, 995 Amsterdam Ave New York, New York 10025 - Phone 212-866-1030
Lizard Lounge, 240 West 54th Street New York, New York 10019 - Phone 212-765-5454


Upper West Side Area Scene:

The Upper West Side is a primarily residential neighborhood, but it can serve as a great home base for visitors to New York City, and is certainly worth exploring if you have time. It is a convenient location for exploring Central Park, as well as the American Museum of Natural History, and the many subways and buses make it easy to explore other areas of the city.

The Upper West Side has become one of Manhattan's most coveted locations. Full of entertainment, fashionable stores and drop-dead gorgeous architecture, the Upper West Side attracts a wide variety of residents, visitors, and garden-variety wanderers. Charming townhouses, luxurious co-ops, and to-die-for condos with park and river views tend to be some of the most sought-after residences in Manhattan. You'll also find distinguished pre-war brownstones, many of them lining the blocks west of Broadway, and stunning landmarks that cast shadows along the western edge of Central Park. Two of the most architecturally distinguished buildings in the country, the impressive Dakota and the Italian Baroque San Remo, with its looming twin towers, are both on Central Park West. These and many other choice addresses on the shady streets and Central Park West are home to celebrities of all types; Dustin Hoffman, Yoko Ono, and Jerry Seinfeld are just a few of the celebs enjoying the area's residential bliss.

American Museum of Natural History (AMNH Pictures)Children's Museum of Manhattan (CMOM Pictures)
Lincoln Center
Cloisters
More Upper West Side Museums
Cathedral of St. John the Divine
Dakota Apartments

 


Upper West Side Statistics:

Population: 47,796
Average Age: 39
Median Income: $114,709