Open House: Sept. 16, 2018 12:00-1:00
175 West 93rd St., Apt. 9D, New York, NY

Price: $775,000
Maintenance: $1374.50

1 Bedroom

1 Bathroom


ROSARIO CANDELA knew how to design for comfortable living. A classic example of his elegant but functional designs is this one bedroom apartment at the Westwind. With a renovated kitchen and windowed dining area that’s large enough for you to invite a few friends for dinner opening off the large living room, you’ll have plenty of space for entertaining. Or gazing out the south-facing windows at the Empire State Building and UWS rooftops. And just as a bonus, the north and south facing windows of the rooms create wonderful cross-ventilation throughout the whole apartment. The kitchen has been renovated, with light wood cabinets and dark marble countertops. The appliances have a stainless steel finish. And all the door frames have been stripped to their natural metal: A stunning effect. Attractive and extensive built-in storage and closets line the bedroom walls, giving this gem of an apartment storage space that other one bedroom owners would envy. The bathroom has been updated but retains prewar details that are now being copied for the new/old look, including black and white floor tiles and white subway tile with black accents on the walls. 175 W 93, the Westwind, designed by Rosario Candela and built in 1929, has a full-time concierge/doorman, a live-in super, a bike room, laundry and storage rooms and is located near all the good things the UWS has to offer: Trader Joe’s (newly opened on 94th and Columbus Av.), Riverside and Central Parks, restaurants, wine bars, and more, with great shopping and transportation to take you anywhere you want to go. The 2 and 3 express trains are a block away, as is Broadway, with Equinox, New York Sports Club, the Thalia Theater and Symphony Space within a few blocks.

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