11i is a serene and spacious pre-war home with high ceilings and remarkable views of the Hudson River and the city. The grand entry foyer leads into the living room with a large window offering Northern exposure. Adjacent to the open kitchen, the dining room is spacious, bright and has Eastern views. The classically appointed bathroom is large and features a bright North-facing window. The bedroom is spacious, comfortable and quiet with two large original closets, a custom built-in closet and an oversized window providing Hudson River and City views. This rarely available home is beautiful with good looking original floors, extra high ceilings, generous closet space and original moldings.
210 Riverside Drive is a full-service prewar co-op built in 1909 by Schwartz & Gross and is located across from the Joan of Arc monument in Riverside Park. The building has been featured as a backdrop in various films, including You've Got Mail, for its classic Upper West Side prewar details and location. The appealing marble lobby boasts Tiffany-style stained glass, coffered ceilings and a manned elevator with wrought-iron doors from 1910. This is a classic pre-war living with a doorman, live-in super, bike room, central laundry and storage. Conveniently located on a lovely stretch of Riverside Park, the building is close to crosstown bus, the 1,2,3 trains, Whole Foods, Trader Joes, shopping and a wide variety of restaurants.