40 West 72nd Street, between Columbus Avenue & Central Park West
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- Sold Data
- 1925Year Built
This pleasant, mid-block, Italian Renaissance-palazzo style, apartment building was erected in 1925 and converted to a cooperative in 1984.
The 16-story, light-orange-brick building has 142 apartments.
It has a very distinctive cornice that is colored blue beneath its arches. The building has a three-story limestone base with a canopied entrance and arched windows on the second floor. It has a concierge and permits protruding air-conditioners. It has no health club, no balconies and no garage.
It has an excellent, central Upper West Side location and is half a block from Central Park and a subway station on Central Park West. It is also close to many restaurants and boutiques on Columbus Avenue and not far from the Lincoln Center District a few blocks to the south.
The Central Park West frontage on this street is anchored by the twin-towered Majestic apartment building on the south and the Dakota on the north, two of the city’s more important residential landmarks.
Carter B. Horsley
Features & Amenities
- FT Doorman
- Pre War
- Roof Deck
- Washer/Dryer in building
- Distinctive cornice with blue arches
- Pleasant pre-war building
- Half a block from Central Park
- Canopied Entrance
- Half a block from subway
- Close to several landmarks
- Convenient to many restaurants and boutiques
- No Balconies
- No health club
- No garage
- Many apartments
- No sidewalk landscaping