The Upper West Side is full of perfect pizza places. From traditional Italian pizzas to uniquely delicious gluten-free pizzas, there’s something for every pizza-eater on the UWS. No matter where you decide to go, one thing’s for sure – pizza is always a good idea!
Located at 660 Amsterdam Avenue, Numero 28 is owned by the Biamonte family, who take pride in their Roman and Neapolitan pizzerias all over Manhattan. Numero 28 employs tried and traditional methods for preparing and raising the pizza dough, and trust me, you’ll notice the difference.
No matter what time of year it is, there’s always something happening on the Upper West Side. We’re always on the lookout for upcoming events because we know how much fun Upper West Siders love to have! Take a look at some amazing events that will be happening on the first week of fall on the UWS.
Grocery shopping with a twist. On Tap, the in-store pub and restaurant in Whole Foods Market, is offering a free event every Thursday evening from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. On Tap is located at 10 Columbus Circle on the lower level of Whole Foods Market. Local vendors will be sampling hundreds of their delicious cold brews. Take a break from shopping and learn some interesting facts about your favorite local beers. Must be 21 or older to attend.
Growing up in a small town in South Central Pennsylvania, New York seemed like a million miles away. My family and I would watch movies where New York was not only a location, but a character, and my step-father would go on and on about how badly it smelled, how crowded it was, and how far away it was from everything. I took this all in as fact; you know, the sky is blue, the world is round, and New York is a terrible place where drug deals and murders happen hourly in this crowded, sweaty world.
Many thanks to West Side Spirit! Please find the original article here: http://nypress.com/ask-a-broker-just-saying-yes-to-condo-developments/
There has been a change of attitude on the Upper West Side about real estate development. More and more, neighbors, community boards and historic preservationists are saying yes to condominium conversions and construction. There’s the new story being added on top of 498 West End Avenue, the Extell/Megalith deal at 36-40 West 66th Street, and the projected transformation of 206-210 West 77th Street from a Hertz garage into a luxury Condo high rise.