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All renderings of The Marlow via CORE All renderings of The Marlow via CORE
As the outcries over flashy new condos like 200 Amsterdam and ERA show, Upper West Side residents are fiercely protective of their local architecture and streetscapes. But when undertaken with care and context sensitivity, the community accepts the conversion of older buildings into housing that meets the needs of contemporary buyers without affecting the historic architecture. Such has been the case at 555 West End Avenue, The Marbury, and most recently The Marlow.
The Marlow is a nine-story Neo-Georgian style building designed by George Pelham and originally developed by Glick Fein Building Co. in 1926. Its address at 150 West 82nd Street is within the expansive Upper West Side-Central Park West Historic District, steps from Central Park and the American Museum of Natural History. In spring 2019, Community Board 7’s Preservation Committee voted 6-0 in favor of the conversion's sensitive alterations to the facade. A short time later, the Landmarks Preservation Commission unanimously approved the plans.
150-West-82nd-Street-01 All images of The Marlow via CORE
The Marlow-06 Google streetview of tree-lined West 82nd Street with The Marlow under renovation to the right
The Marlow Google Earth Google Earth aerial showing the idyllic UWS location of The Marlow
Central-Park-West-Historic-District-01 Map via Landmarks Preservation Commission

“The Upper West Side is quintessentially New York, and preserving existing buildings while reimaging the interiors for the modern buyer is the most sustainable way to approach new development” - Julie Nelson, Partner, BKSK Architects

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This past month, sales have launched on the 27 apartments inside from $1.625 million for one-bedrooms, $2.05 million for two-bedrooms, and $3.55 million for three-bedrooms. Occupancy is estimated for fall 2021.
Slate Property Group and GreenOak Real Estate were at the helm of the conversion; BKSK Architects, whose credentials include the nearby Charlotte of the Upper West Side (one of a small handful of new construction buildings allowed in the historic district in the past 30 years), took on the sensitive task of restoring the Neo-Georgian building’s limestone and brick facade and converting the interiors to luxury condos. And to demonstrate the condominium’s impeccable combination of Old World elegance and modern sophistication, design power couple Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent styled a model unit.


↓ The heart of each home is an airy Great Room with 9’ ceiling and white oak herringbone floor.


↓ Sophisticated kitchens offer a warm color palette, custom stained white oak cabinetry, Macaubas Quartzite countertops, and a full suite of Miele appliances.


↓ Sizable bedrooms feature 5” plank oak flooring and generous closet space.


↓ Primary baths feature custom vanities, Caesarstone countertops, and radiant heated floors.


↓ Powder rooms come finished with Bleu de Savoie countertops, bronze Kallista fixtures, and porcelain tiled floors.


↓ A one-bedroom apartment is listed for $1.625 million.


↓ Two-bedrooms start at $2.05 million.


↓ Three-bedroom homes start at $3.55 million.


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The building’s lounge, children’s playroom, and gym curated by Fitness USA all open to a tranquil private garden. A landscaped roof terrace boasts barbecue grills, dining and lounging stations, and panoramic views. Storage units are available for purchase.
The Marlow’s most valuable asset is perhaps its Upper West Side address near Central Park and Riverside Park, the latter of which recently received $348 million in funding for the rehabilitation of major infrastructure. Nearby cultural institutions include the current home of the Children's Museum of Manhattan and the American Museum of Natural History, which is in the middle of an expansion. The Marlow's address between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues allows for easy access to top dining on both blocks; for those who’d rather cook at home, supermarkets like Fairway, Citarella, and Trader Joe’s are a short walk away. Public transportation options include the 79th Street 1 and the 81st Street B/C trains.

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