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230 Riverside Drive

230 Riverside Drive

Manhattan, NY 10025

230 Riverside Drive in Upper West Side

This beautifully redesigned one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment has approximately 678 square feet and comes complete with charming pre-war details, beamed ceilings, and hardwood floors. It has a modern, windowed kitchen with top of the line appliances (Sub-Zero fridge, Miele oven, and dishwasher) as well as beautiful and spacious built-in closets in the bedroom. The bathroom has been renovated in white marble, has radiant heated floors and Waterworks accessories. Custom blinds add privacy throughout this gorgeous apartment.

230 Riverside Drive is a full-service, pre-war condo with 24-hour doorman/concierge. The lobby has been beautifully renovated in an art deco style. Close to Riverside Park and the 1/2/3 subway, the building boasts a state-of-the-art fitness center, landscaped private garden, large storage room with individual locker included, bike room, children’s play room, and laundry room. No smokers. No pets. The apartment is available at the end of April.

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Listing Details


Upper West Side




678 sq ft


Contact Sotheby’s agent
Elizabeth M Herz
to schedule a viewing.
Contact Sotheby’s agent
Sam Hsu
to schedule a viewing.

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March Manhattan Residential RE Market Snapshot: A Song of Ice & Fire

Only three months into 2015, Manhattan is already ringing the cymbals in two polar aspects.

In January and February, the city saw one of the most brutal winters in 20 years. The first major winter storm warning in January turned out to be a dud, but the snow was persistent and just kept coming back.

On a seperate front, in the past six months ending in February, the closings are coming and are expected to continue. For past readers of my blog, you have seen most active buildings concentrate in Harlem and downtown financial district. In this month’s snapshot, we can see that buildings are closing in every single neighborhood like wildfire across a plain.

The top three buildings with most recorded closes are:

  1. One Morningside, Morningside Height, 321 West 110th St (45)
  2. Huys, NoMad, 404 Park Avenue South (45)
  3. 325 Lexington, Midtown East (41)

Honorable mentions:

  • 456 West 167th St – Edgecombe Parc in Washington Heights
  • 101 Leonard in Tribecca
  • Baccarat Hotel & Residences in Midtown East

For more analysis about median prices by zip code, neighborhoods, pricing distributuion data for condominiums. Please let me know and I would be happy to share by phone.

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