Living at The Harrison

Located in the cultural and historical heart of the Upper West Side, The Harrison is a classically inspired white glove condominium designed in 2007 by world renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern. The 125 homes within The Harrison’s two stately towers are reminiscent of the great pre-war buildings of the Upper West Side. These  spacious  residences feature  9 – 10’ ceilings,  gourmet kitchen appliances with granite counter tops, Kohler soaking tubs in bathrooms with marble clad walls and vanities and herringbone oak flooring. The premier location of The Harrison allows easy access to Central Park, Riverside Park, The Museum of Natural History, The Children’s Museum and Lincoln Center as well as a wealth of gourmet restaurants. The building is steps from Zabar’s, Fairway and Trader Joe’s. The subway hub is minutes away as are the 104, 11, 7 and 79th Street crosstown bus lines.


24-hour Concierge
24-hour Doorman
Equinox Fitness Club
Resident’s Lounge
Landscaped Garden
Children’s Playroom
Billiards Lounge
Rooftop Sundeck
Onsite Parking


The New York you can’t not fall in love with in movies—that wonderland of neurotic Woody Allen characters, Chinese delivery and a snow-dusted Central Park—is actually the Upper West Side. It’s cheering to spend a sunny Sunday walking up and around Amsterdam Avenue, where the streets feel wide and leafy and the people might not survive off this island: There are die-hard New Yorkers toting their weekly provisions of bagels, lox and The New York Times; pin-thin marathoners and Soul Cyclers feeding their addictions; and professional brunchers overflowing from a slew of sidewalk cafes.

The number one food group on the Upper West Side.

A New York addiction.

Just ask an Upper West Sider about the great subway access.

Get to know your delivery guy.

A tribute to John Lennon in Central Park.

The deli of all delis.

See opera, films and dance in the Lincoln Center.

Dogs can go off-leash in Central Park in mornings and at night.

T-rexes hang in the American Museum of Natural History.

Named for the first Manhattanites’ hometown.


Building Insiders

CORE is the leading boutique real estate brokerage firm in Manhattan, marketing and selling over 30 new development projects and generating over $4 billion in sales to date. Our Building Insider Program offers Related homeowners the information, data and service necessary to better inform their real estate decisions. No one is more knowledgeable about The Harrison than our Building Insiders. Contact Lori, Sherry or Julie for a complimentary property assessment or to learn more about Related Inner Circle benefits for buyers and sellers.


Lori Ben-Ari

Lic. Real Estate Salesperson
Lic. as Lori B Ben Ari