Archstone 101 West End
101 West End Avenue - Upper West Side
Built in 2000, this new development in New York has 34 floors and a total of 504 apartments, all of which are easily accessible by elevator. The spacious luxury apartments at 101 West End Avenue are highly sought after due to their desirable location and views.
Apartments host a wealth of glamorous features, such as over-sized windows and balconies with stunning city views, and sleek and sophisticated hardwood floors. Gourmet kitchens are top of the line and feature granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Baths have elegant slate tile floors, as well as pedestal sinks and soaking tubs. Self-controlled heating and cooling keeps occupants comfortable, while walk-in closets provide ample storage for even the most ardent fashion lovers. Stackable washer and dryer units are provided as an added convenience.
The new development at 101 West End Avenue offers a plethora of luxury services and amenities. Services include a valet, concierge, full-service garage, and high-speed internet. Amenities include basement storage, a bicycle room, and the Caliber Sports Club with cardio heater, half-court basketball and a steam room. Complementary shuttle service is always available to give residents a quick lift to Columbus Circle, the shopping, dining and subway hub.
Located in the Upper West Side, 101 West End Avenue is near some of the finest shopping, dining and entertainment New York has to offer. Residents can sate their appetites at one of the nearby restaurants, while transportation is available nearby at the 66th Street subway stop.
- 24-hour Doorman and Concierge
- Caliber Sports Club with Cardio Theatre
- Full Service Garage
- Half Basketball Court
- Impressive Lobby
- Prime Upper West Side Location
- Spectacular Views
- State-of-the-art Fitness Center
- Large Amount of Apartments
- No Pool
- American Musical and Dramatic Academy
- John Jay College of Criminal Justice
- The Juilliard School
- Touro College
- Central Park
- Damrosch Park
- Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts