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Bretton Hall at 2350 Broadway: Review and Ratings

Carter Horsley
Review of 2350 Broadway by Carter Horsley
Carter Horsley Carter B. Horsley, a former journalist for The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune and The New York Post. Mr. Horsley is also the editorial director of

This former hotel has one of the most vigorous Beaux Arts façades along Broadway but sadly it is missing its cornice.

The red-brick and limestone building has 461 rental apartments.

It was designed by Harry Mulliken in 1902.

The pre-war building has a large stainless-steel marquee with a four-step-up entrance, a doorman, consistent fenestration, numerous decorative balconies and other architectural detailing. It has no garage, no sidewalk landscaping, no health club and no roof deck.

This is a very central and lively Upper West Side location. This intersection has excellent bus service in all directions and a subway station and two newsstands. There is a supermarket across the street, and excellent local shopping with many restaurants nearby. Riverside Park is only two blocks away to the west and the north side of this building is across the street from the large and famous Belnord apartment building that occupies the entire block between 86th and 87th Street and Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue.

Key Details
  • Rental built in 1903
  • Located in Broadway Corridor
  • 312 total apartments
  • 0 recent sales ($0 to $0)
  • Doorman