The Upper West Side of Manhattan is a more upscale and primarily residential area. Located between Central Park and the Hudson River, the Upper West Side is known to cater to cultural and artistic workers.
Location is everything, and the Apthorp is surrounded by Lincoln Center, the Museum of Natural History, the Folk Art Museum, and Central and Riverside Parks.
The Apthorp is the epitome of luxurious living. It is a historic condominium apartment building, built between 1906 and 1908, and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is a city landmark.
The east and aest gatehouses welcome you to four residential lobbies, each with its own doorman. On-site parking is provided, and mail is delivered by hand.
A 6,500-square foot amenity suite provides a private spa and fitness center, separate yoga studio, a steam room and sauna. The entertainment suite offers a bar, catering kitchen, media and billiards. A children’s play room and craft center is available to residents.
The building is a classic prewar renovated residence. With twelve- to fourteen-foot ceilings and massive living spaces, it is a world of the past in sync with the world of today.