272 West 107th Street - Upper West Side
Found on the upper East side of Manhattan, Straus Park is a 22-story boutique building that displays a glass-made façade with an attractive curved edifice. This new luxury development in NYC has 64 units, which are composed of 2- to 4-bedroom condominium apartments.
French doors welcome residents to each of these NYC apartments, while the living room displays the more than 10-foot high ceilings and expansive floor-to-ceiling windows that offer North and East views of the neighborhood. The open chef's eat-in-kitchens are donned with granite countertops, cherry wood cabinetry, an opaque glass backsplash and matched with stainless steel appliances. There are spa-like bathrooms and bedrooms with custom closets. There are also Whirlpool full-size washers and dryers, central air conditioning, and T-1 wiring. Loft-like rooms also have a gas-powered fireplace and a step-out balcony.
The building’s lobby has a full-time concierge and doorman. It also has a landscaped roof deck with seating areas, children’s playroom, fitness center, and individual private storage.
This Manhattan building consists of only 64 homes and features 24 hour doormen, a live-in superintendent, a graceful lobby, two landscaped and furnished roof terraces, a gym, a children's playroom, and bicycle storage.
Located on the corner of Broadway & West 107th Street near Straus Park, this NYC real estate property is near various schools and universities and also some restaurants and boutiques. There are some forms of public transportation available but very limited subway connections nearby.
Apartments for sale
- 24-hour Doorman
- Attractive Lobby
- Few Apartments
- Floor-to-Ceiling Windows
- Great Closet Space
- Many Balconies and Terraces
- Prime Upper West Side Location
- Private Storage Units
- Two Landscaped Roof Decks
- No Parking
- Bank Street College of Education
- Barnard College Columbia University
- Columbia University
- New York Theological Seminary
- Central Park
- Morningside Park
- Riverside Park
- Cathedral of St. John the Divine