Opportunity knocks. This turn of the century brick and terracotta brownstone with large bay windows and multiple outdoor spaces is on a tree lined street of well maintained row houses. This is a fantastic opportunity to purchase a 10-unit apartment building (all Free Market) in the heart of Upper West Side and convert to live with income or create one magnificent residence. 315 West 82nd Street is one of five contiguous Romanesque Revival Row Houses - and still standing! Built and designed in 1887 - 1888 by the prolific team of Berg & Clark, this is a rare opportunity to live on a stunning expanse of late 19th century row houses with Beaux-Art flair. 315 West 82nd Street is all that remains to be developed as the others (307, 309, 311 & 313 West 82nd Street) have been converted into co-op apartments.
The building consists of three 2-bedroom apartments, six 1-bedroom apartments, and 1 studio apartment. Highlights of the units include the pre-war charms of exposed brick in the units. The penthouses include access to the roof and a backyard is available for the first floor. The interior photos show the wainscoting, wood banister, as well as an apartment on the penthouse level with outdoor space, high ceilings, hardwood floors. In 2001 the hallways were renovated, a new rear extension and penthouse were added.
All units in this townhouse are free market. The building features restored hallways and is approximately 8,400 sq. ft. The new owner could also convert it to a single-family townhouse, live with income, or boutique condominiums. The walk-up building consists of ten renovated, free-market apartments. This building provides the possibility of converting to a single-family residence or living in part of the building while earning income from the other units.
With its grand bay windows, 315 West 82nd Street fits right in with its neighbors along this quintessential Upper West Side block. Just off Riverside Park, the scenic area invites strolls, bike rides, dog walks and leisurely afternoons in Riverside Park overlooking the Hudson River. The bucolic neighborhood is home to a rich fabric of schools, activities, restaurants, grocery stores and museums not to mention both Central Park and Riverside Park. Landmark architecture such as The Ansonia, The Apthorp and The Belnord gives the area its aura -- and anchor stores such as Zabars, Fairway, Citarella, Trader Joes, give it its livability. Schools such as PS 9, PS 87, Special Music School, Trinity, Collegiate, Heschel, Stephen Gaynor, Calhoun, Dwight, Rodeph Sholom as well as colleges such as Fordham and Julliard -- offer a wealth of educational opportunities. Popular restaurants include Five Napkin Burger, French Roast, Jacobs Pickles, Carmines, The Mermaid Inn, Lukes Lobster, Café Luxembourg, Peacefood Café and Sushi Yasaka to name just a few. Museums include CMom, Museum of Natural History and well as cultural centers at Lincoln Center, Columbus Circle add to the scope of reasons the area inspires such adoration from its diverse residents. Nearby subways include: CitiBike on Riverside Drive, the 1 train at West 79th Street and West 86th Street, cross town buses and the B/C at Central Park West. This building offers residents wonderful opportunities to stick close to home or get around the City.