A new Era On the Upper West Side

Luxury Condominiums

NEIGHBORHOOD

Home to some of Manhattan’s most iconic cultural landmarks and bordered by Central and Riverside Parks, the Upper West Side, despite its impressive stature and global reputation, retains a comfortable neighborhood feel for residents.

The Inner Upper West Side

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir Central Park West
Museum Of Natural History Subway Station West 81st Street & Central Park West

As one of Manhattan’s oldest neighborhoods, the Upper West Side is home to a rare and enticing mix of beloved New York institutions and up-and-coming trends, as well as devoted locals who enjoy enviable proximity to everything from 100-year-old cafes and shops to breathtaking performances at Lincoln Center.

The Inner Upper West Side

Westsider Books 2246 broadway
Sirenetta 568 Amsterdam Avenue
David Geffen Hall Lincoln Center

Beloved local gems are found alongside up-and-coming trendsetters for a varied landscape of dining and entertainment.

The Inner Upper West Side

Thrive in the fresh air between Manhattan’s most iconic outdoor spaces, Riverside Park and Central Park. From city strolls to sunset cocktails al fresco, everything in this neighborhood feels like signature NYC.

EXPLORE THE NEIGHBORHOOD

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2246 Broadway

Leave the streets behind and enter a well-worn tunnel of ceiling reaching, book-stuffed shelves, crisscrossed Escher-style with ladders and staircases. As bookstores go, it doesn’t get any more classic New York – in quintessential fashion, there’s even a cat.

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224 W. 79th St.

Roasted in a carriage house in Upstate New York, Irving Farm’s beans make their way down the stairs, across the outdoor patio, and into this brownstone basement cafe where they’re brewed perfectly, meeting even the most discerning New Yorker’s standards.

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2578 Broadway

Wouldn’t it be nice to eat ice cream and help the world? Well, at Blue Marble each scoop of artisanal, Certified Organic, GMO-free ice cream supports organic farmers, ethical business practices, and 
global community initiatives. Plus it 
tastes really, really good.

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503 Columbus Ave.

Danny Abrams's upscale-yet-casual Cape Cod inspired seafood spot offers something for everyone - including for children. Small plates, finger foods, oysters-galore. Develop a nuanced understanding of their extensive oyster selection exploring their Oysterpedia pages.

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W 91st St. & Riverside Dr.

Nestled among honey locust trees along the banks of the Hudson in Riverside Park live a friendly family of hippo statuary. Along with its namesake, this childhood wonderland is filled with swings, slides, play structures, splash pads, and shaded benches.

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2175 Broadway

You don’t have to travel far to indulge in an authentic taste of France at this New York CIty family-owned patisserie. Fresh every day, each ingredient is mindfully sourced, and because they don’t use additives or preservatives, each treat is a little less guilt packed.

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217 W 85th St.

Meaning “olive” in Ancient Greek, Eléa captures authentic Greek flavors in thoughtful, modern dishes. Their split-level dining spaces are light and effortless, evoking the soft, sandy beaches of the Mediterranean coastline - the perfect setting for indulgent, meandering meals.

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541 Amsterdam Ave.

Like they say on their website, this Jewish deli has been a New York tradition since 1908. They’re known as much for their extensive fish options - particularly smoked and sturgeon - as for their quirk-filled, character-rich storefront. Also for their no credit cards stance.

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2124 Broadway

Within The Beacon’s ornate, Greek-inspired interior, and under 
the watchful eye of 30-foot-tall Goddesses, many of the world’s most famous entertainment acts 
have performed on its curtainless stage. That tradition is still kept 
alive to this day.

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449 Amsterdam Ave.

Named for the world-renown, deeply beloved Choux à la Crème, Barachou has raised a flag as the first French cream puff bar in New York. This colorful pastry shop specializes in 
all things warm, fluffy, sweet, and decadent, and is a go-to for a last-minute host gift.

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Additional Locations

  • A. Whole Foods
  • B. Trader Joe’s
  • C. Children’s Museum
  • D. American Museum of Natural History
  • E. West 87th Street Dog Run
  • F. Central Park Tennis Center