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230 Riverside Dr #10N

230 Riverside Drive, Unit 10N, New York, NY 10025

Welcome home to this luxurious, one-of-a-kind, mint-condition, corner prewar condo one-bedroom home with a terrace and sparkling city views. Interior touches include beamed ceilings, wood plank floors, double pane windows, excellent closet space, and solid paneled doors. The windowed chef’s kitchen features quartzite countertops and top-of-the-line appliances by Miele, Bosch, and Subzero. The beautifully renovated bath features Calcutta marble tile and Watermark fixtures. The pin-drop-quiet corner bedroom faces north and east.

Located next to Riverside Park and two blocks from Broadway shopping, restaurants, 1, 2, 3 express transportation, and all that the Upper West Side has to offer, 230 Riverside Drive was built in 1931 by developer Ralph Ciluzzi and originally designed by Charles H. Lench. The building was converted to a condo in 2004. The Art Deco lobby with 12 foot beamed ceilings, Botticino stone, and mosaic flooring was refreshed in 2016. Residents enjoy a full-time concierge, live-in super, landscaped garden, fitness center, children’s playroom, package room, bicycle room, and a card-operated laundry room in the basement. The building is pet-friendly and rent-friendly and pre-wired for Spectrum Cable and Verizon FiOS.

Features & Amenities


Total Bedrooms 1
Total Bathrooms 1
Full Bathrooms 1

Area & Lot

Status Sold
MLS® ID 3944581
Type Condo
Year Built 1931
Neighborhood Upper West Side


SALES PRICE $875,000

Overview for Upper West Side, NY

164,388 people live in Upper West Side, where the median age is 44 and the average individual income is $114,443. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

44 years

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The Upper West Side: A Riverside Symphony of Culture and Charm


Welcome to the Upper West Side

Nestled along the western edge of Manhattan, the Upper West Side (UWS) is a vibrant and diverse neighborhood renowned for its cultural richness, historic architecture, and proximity to Central Park. With tree-lined streets, iconic landmarks, and a mix of cultural institutions, the UWS invites residents and visitors to experience the quintessential charm of New York City. Join us as we explore the highlights of this illustrious Manhattan enclave.

Getting There

The Upper West Side is well-connected by subway, with the 1/2/3, B/C, and A/D lines serving the area. Its central location provides convenient access to Midtown Manhattan and other parts of the city, making it an ideal hub for both commuting and exploration.

Riverside Park: A Riverside Haven

Riverside Park, along the Hudson River, is a picturesque green oasis offering scenic views, recreational spaces, and a tranquil escape from city life. The park's paths, playgrounds, and waterfront promenades make it a beloved retreat for residents and a scenic backdrop for outdoor activities.

Iconic Cultural Institutions

The Upper West Side is home to some of the city's most iconic cultural institutions. Lincoln Center, a world-renowned performing arts complex, hosts opera, ballet, and symphony performances. The American Museum of Natural History, with its towering dinosaur exhibits, is a cultural gem that captivates visitors of all ages.

Classic Brownstones and Historic Architecture

The residential streets of the Upper West Side are characterized by classic brownstones, historic apartment buildings, and elegant pre-war architecture. Neighborhoods like the West End Historic District and the Upper West Side Historic District showcase the timeless beauty of the area.

Central Park: A Verdant Playground

The UWS seamlessly connects to Central Park, providing residents with easy access to the park's iconic landscapes, meadows, and recreational facilities. Whether strolling along the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir or enjoying a picnic on the Great Lawn, Central Park is an integral part of UWS living.

Broadway and Cultural Hotspots

Broadway runs through the heart of the Upper West Side, bringing the excitement of theater and the arts to the neighborhood. Landmarks like the Beacon Theatre host live performances, while the Symphony Space offers a diverse array of cultural events and programming.

Columbus Avenue: Dining and Shopping

Columbus Avenue is a bustling corridor lined with restaurants, cafes, and boutique shops. From upscale dining experiences to casual eateries, the avenue caters to a variety of culinary tastes. Explore the local markets, such as Zabar's, for gourmet delights and specialty foods.

Educational Institutions

The UWS is home to esteemed educational institutions, including Columbia University and Barnard College. The academic presence contributes to the intellectual and cultural vibrancy of the neighborhood, attracting students, scholars, and a diverse community.

Community Engagement

Community engagement is integral to the UWS, with local organizations and events fostering a sense of unity. Neighborhood associations, street fairs, and cultural festivals bring residents together to celebrate the rich diversity of the community.

Riverside Drive: Architectural Elegance

Riverside Drive, with its scenic views of the Hudson River and distinctive architectural landmarks, showcases the UWS's architectural elegance. The drive is lined with historic apartment buildings and grand residences, offering a sense of the neighborhood's storied past.

Final Thoughts

The Upper West Side welcomes you to savor its cultural treasures, embrace its natural beauty, and become part of a community that values history, diversity, and artistic expression. Whether attending a performance at Lincoln Center, exploring the cultural richness of Broadway, or enjoying a leisurely day in Riverside Park, the UWS encapsulates the essence of Manhattan living at its finest.

Around Upper West Side, NY

There's plenty to do around Upper West Side, including shopping, dining, nightlife, parks, and more. Data provided by Walk Score and Yelp.

Walker's Paradise
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Very Bikeable
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Rider's Paradise
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Points of Interest

Explore popular things to do in the area, including Bodhi Heart Rolfing, I Love Dance - Manhattan, and Terry Southerland Boxing.

Name Category Distance Reviews
Ratings by Yelp
Active 4.28 miles 5 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 2.64 miles 6 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 3.64 miles 6 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 0.96 miles 9 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 2.46 miles 5 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 2.38 miles 5 reviews 5/5 stars
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