When it comes to NYC skyscrapers, most people would think of neighborhoods like the Upper East Side and Hell’s Kitchen before the Upper West Side, which is known more for it’s old co-ops and brownstones. But, if you happen to be seeking a luxury rental or you are looking for high-floor Upper West Side condos for sale, we do have our share of mammoth, glass structures, and they are concentrated in the Lincoln Square and Columbus Circle sections of the neighborhood. Here are the tallest buildings on the Upper West Side. Read More
When searching Upper West Side apartments for sale, or just walking around the neighborhood, you’re likely to see townhouses and brownstones of all shapes and sizes.
As the properties below are single or two-family residences, you’ll find a much greater quantity of Upper West Side apartments in larger townhouses and brownstones, as well as UWS co-ops and condos in elevator buildings. Read More
I love old brownstones on the Upper West Side! And the older the better (as long as they’re intact). The Upper West Side brownstones listed below have the earliest dates of construction. Please note these are estimates provided by city records. Read More
It’s no secret that we love brownstones! In the past we’ve brought you Brownstone Blocks of the Upper West Side, Prettiest Brownstones on the Upper West Side, Breathtaking Brownstone Interiors and more. But, we simply can’t get enough! So, here are some more amazing brownstones for your viewing pleasure.
For our entire collection of Upper West Side brownstone, townhouse and streetscape photos, please have a look at our Instagram page. Read More
The Upper West Side, and New York City as a whole, is known for wide-ranging styles of architecture, buildings and places to live. From the small brownstone, to the towering skyscraper, we even have some large apartment complexes. Please check out the four giant complexes found on the Upper West Side below! Read More
A neighborhood with history offers a rich culture and a startlingly accurate glimpse into the past. The Upper West Side is one of such neighborhoods. There are hundreds of buildings that are historic and of architectural significance. However, some of these buildings hold quite the dark past. Stories of ghosts roaming around hallways and spirits lurking in basements have captured the minds of New Yorkers for decades. Continue reading below to discover which are the spookiest buildings of the Upper West Side … only if you dare. Read More