33 West 89th Street is a 19 feet wide Renaissance Revival-style townhouse built in 1894-1895 by Gilbert A. Schellenger. Located in the middle of Central Park block between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue, this beautiful home presents the best development opportunity and value on the Upper West Side with soaring ceilings reaching nearly 14 feet, a bow-front and grand windows which allow for exceptional light and air.
This townhouse is currently structured as a Cooperative and has a set of plans approved by DOB, DOT, LPC and Community Board 2 for a two family home. The property is currently in shell condition and offers a blank canvas for a prospective purchaser to create their own fully custom, luxury new home. Please inquire for the renderings and plans to help visualize what this stunning home will be upon completion. The finished product will feature six bedrooms, six bathrooms, three powder rooms, wood burning fireplaces on each level and an elevator to all floors. Highlights include an open layout chef's kitchen and an incredible entertainment space on the parlor level, a beautiful full-floor master bedroom suite, a gym at the lower level and a penthouse addition with finished roof deck with both south and north exposures. Alternatively, a savvy investor might consider renovating as 5 floor-through 2-3 bedroom units to sell or to hold long term as income generating investment property.
Set in the heart of the Upper West Side, 33 West 89th Street is centrally located to multiple subway lines with express stops on 96 street, cross town bus and local subway stop on 86th Street, The Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir, shopping( Fairway, Zabars, West Side Market, Trader Joes, Whole Foods, Saks 5th Avenue, Bloomingdales), gyms( Equinox, SoulCycle, New York Sports Club, Pilates Club, Core Yoga), numerous restaurants, cafes, theaters, museums, Central Park and Riverside Park. Showings are by appointment only, 24 hour notice required.