Top 10 Condos Along NYC's Riverside Drive, Riverside Boulevard, West End Avenue
The Top 10 New York City condos west of Broadway on the Upper West Side are surprisingly pretty fairly split between pre- and post-war apartment buildings and those on Riverside Drive, Riverside Boulevard and West End Avenue. The top building is The Heritage at Trump Place at 245 Riverside Boulevard at the base of Riverside Drive because of its commanding vistas both of Riverside Park and the Hudson River. 222 Riverside Drive takes top honor for Riverside Drive because it gracefully mimics its pre-ward cohorts on the elegant thoroughfare. 640 West End Avenue reminds us that West End Avenue is the city’s most cohesive and elegant avenue with fine pre-war buildings on both sides of the two-way street.
This very handsome, 31-story apartment tower with 170 condominium apartments was completed in 2005 as the northernmost building in Donald Trump's redevelopment of the former rail yards south of Riverside Park and this building is notable for its broadly curved base facing the park.
- Fifteen apartments currently for sale from $1,695,000 to $40,000,000
This 49-story condominium apartment tower was completed in 2003 and designed by Costas Kondylis with 440 units and an attractive circular top that is illuminated at night.
- Twenty-Four apartments currently for sale from $995,000 to $12,100,000
This handsome, 41-story was completed in 2008 by Extell Development with 289 condominium apartments in twin towers that are setback from the base and are joined at their lower three floors.
- Eleven apartments currently for sale from $1,275,000 to $9,995,000
This 20-story building with a very broad curved diagonally facing the imppressive Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew opened in 2011 with 29 condominium apartments and was built by Extell Development and designed by Lucien Lagrange.
- Two apartments currently for sale from $19,995,000
Designed by George and Edward Blum, this lovely apartment building was built in 1912 and converted to a condominium in 1988 and one of the city's most attractive white-brick residential structures.
- Two apartments currently for sale from $1,390,000 to $3,250,000
With its large windows with limestone reveals, great copper cornice and imposing balconies, this elegant building was erected in 1912 and converted to a 37-unit condominium apartment building in 1986.
When it was completed in 1989, this very handsome, 21-story, red-brick, condominium tower designed by Fox & Fowle was the first new building in decades on Riverside Drive.
- Three apartments currently for sale from $759,000 to $1,100,000
One of three buildings designed by Gaetano Ajello for the Paterno Brothers in this vicinity, this 13-story building was completed in 1917 with 53 apartments and was converted to a condominium in 2008.
- Three apartments currently for sale from $1,995,000 to $3,350,000
This very handsome 11-story apartment building was erected in 1908 and was converted to a condominium in 1999.
This very distinguished, 13-story building, designed by Mulliken& Moeller, was erected in 1912 and converted to a condominium in 1984.