393 West End Avenue, a storied building on the corner of 79th Street on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, has been tastefully transformed for the modern era to offer “Luxurious NYC Condos That Take You Back to the Roaring ’20s,” according to Robb Report. Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing is pleased to debut the building’s collection of 75 upscale residences for sale, likely the last condominium conversion to come to market in the neighborhood due to recent condominium conversion law changes.
Merging old-world charm with contemporary comforts--and a series of garden-level amenities reminiscent of a private social club--the 16-story building was originally designed by architects Goldner & Goldner and constructed in 1927. The building features Collegiate Gothic architecture and original 1920s details that are now being skillfully preserved by CetraRuddy, the award-winning architecture and interior design firm known for its sophisticated approach to modernizing historic properties.
Sales are being led by Louise Phillips Forbes of The Louise Phillips Forbes Team, who has launched and managed successful campaigns for many of the neighborhood’s most esteemed residential conversions including 498 West End Avenue, 220 West 93rd Street, and 905 West End Avenue.
Pricing for initial inventory begins at $3.718 million for a three-bedroom residence.
To learn more about current availability or to schedule a tour of the building’s on-site design studio, please call the sales office at (212) 319-4393 or visit www.393westend.com.