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  • From left: Adam Modlin, 42 West 71st Street and Waverly Place

    From left: Adam Modlin, 42 West 71st Street and 116 Waverly Place

    Spruce Capital Partners has put a new 8,300-square-foot Upper West Side townhouse on the market asking $23.5 million, a spokesperson for the developer told The Real Deal exclusively. The five-story home is located at 42 West 71st Street between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue and has six bedrooms and seven full bathrooms.

    The townhouse, listed with the Modlin Group’s Adam Modlin and Marisa Sargent, is designed by Dirk Denison and includes a landscaped garden. The home has a powder room, a chef’s kitchen, a library and a media room. [more]

  • 309 West 91st Street

    309 West 91st Street

    Outgoing Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s ex-right hand man, former Deputy Mayor Dan Doctoroff, has listed his Upper West Side townhouse for just under $13 million. [more]

  • From left: Dallas Cowboys logo and 211 Central Park West

    From left: Dallas Cowboys logo and 211 Central Park West

    Coke Anne Murchison Wilcox, whose father founded the Dallas Cowboys NFL team and Manhattan’s Cowboy restaurant, has joined a bevy of diplomats, athletes and movie stars who own at the Beresford co-ops at 211 Central Park West. [more]

  • From left: Sharon Schanzer and 37-43 West 65th Street

    From left: Sharon Schanzer and 37-43 West 65th Street

    An Upper West Side resident is eyeing a vacant 17,000-square-foot spread at 43 West 65th Street to create the neighborhood’s first coworking space. [more]

  • Gary Barnett and a rendering of a living room at One Riverside Park (Credit: Wordsearch/Visualisation One)

    Gary Barnett and a rendering of a living room at One Riverside Park (Credit: Wordsearch/Visualisation One)

    Gary Barnett has pulled the remaining units at Extell Development’s One Riverside Park off the market pending a price adjustment, in response to the robust demand for the building. Sales were approved by the New York state attorney general 10 days ago. [more]

  • From left: 936 and 940-942 Amsterdam Avenue

    From left: 936 and 940-942 Amsterdam Avenue

    Landlords and brokers south of Columbia University are leading an initiative to fill storefronts in the area, commonly known as Manhattan Valley, with food businesses of varying shapes, sizes, and flavors. The bet is that bringing in such venues will improve the area, much like the addition of parks and schools. [more]

  • Renderings of a penthouse interior at 182 West 82nd Street

    Renderings of a penthouse interior at 182 West 82nd Street

    The Naftali Group’s condominiums at 182 West 82nd Street are over 50 percent sold a month after hitting the market, The Real Deal has learned exclusively. [more]

  • 2000-2010 Broadway

    2000-2010 Broadway

    An Upper West Side block association is demanding that a space vacated by a Food Emporium earlier this year must be leased to another market.

    The group, concerned about landlord Madison Capital’s plans to subdivide the space, at Broadway and West 68th Street, is circulating a petition asking the property owner to lease the entire 28,000-square-foot space to a grocer. Residents have also appealed to Community Board 7, which has not passed any formal resolution on the matter. [more]

  • Booming retail on UWS a double-edged sword

    November 08, 2013 01:19PM
    From left: 227 West 77th Street and

    227 W. 77th St. and 206-210 W. 77th St.

    While some longtime Upper Westsiders lament what they see as the neighborhood’s transformation into a “shopping mall,” the surge in retailers is a draw for one growing demographic: deep-pocketed empty nesters.

    For instance, Friedland Properties’ the Larstrand, a new luxury rental building at 227 West 77th Street, is cashing in on newcomers’ desire to have all of their shopping necessities within a stone’s throw of home. [more]

  • 2234-broadway

    2234 Broadway

    Friedland Properties is planning to put up a 20-story mixed-use building at 2234 Broadway at West 80th Street, where a two-story commercial property now stands.

    Friedland, both a landlord and a developer, has requested a demolition permit for 2228-2236 Broadway; the tower planned for the site will include commercial space and luxury apartments. The retail portion will cover two floors above ground and two floors below. The residential units will be either rentals or condominiums and most will have balconies.  [more]

  • [caption id="attachment_302673" align="aligncenter" width="570"]From left: From left: 1158 Fifth Avenue and 235 West 102nd Street[/caption]

    The Modlin Group’s Adam Modlin had the priciest listing to hit the Manhattan residential market this week with a $19.9 million penthouse condominium atop 15 Park Row, while Ante Jakic of Reaction International had the cheapest with a $235,000 one-bedroom co-op at 880 West 181st Street. Click here to see this listing and more.

  • Renderings of the exterior and penthouse at 182 West 82nd Street

    Renderings of the exterior and penthouse apartment at 182 West 82nd Street

    The Naftali Group kicked off sales at 182 West 82nd Street, a conversion of a 1900′s-era historic building. [more]

  • 255 West 86th Street

    255 West 86th Street

    The grandson of a Belnord tenant has renewed his fight to toss out a deal between residents of the Upper West side building and their landlord, Extell Development.

    The 2006 agreement insulated them from capital improvements charges, capped their rents and limited relatives’ ability to inherit their apartments. However, the unusual deal, approved by the state Division of Housing and Community Renewal, raised eyebrows at the time of signing and has drawn questions of whether it was even legal. [more]

  • 249 Central Park West

    249 Central Park West

    Central Park West’s castle has finally sold for $17.5 million, after first hitting the market two years ago with an ask that was nearly twice the final price tag. [more]

  • From left: Cushman & Wakefield's Josh Kuriloff, Jodi Roberts and 157-167 Columbus Avenue

    From left: Cushman & Wakefield’s Josh Kuriloff, Jodi Roberts and 157-167 Columbus Avenue

    The Brodsky Organization has nabbed four new tenants at 157 Columbus Avenue since completing a hefty renovation and opening up 40,000 square feet of space for new leases on the Upper West Side. [more]

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    From left: Eve Behar, Joy Behar, the living room of the apartment that sold at 205 West 89th Street

    Joy Behar must have a good view of the real estate market after selling an Upper West Side apartment for a $900,000-plus profit. [more]

  • Brown Harris Stevens' Mickey Conlon

    CORE’s Mickey Conlon

    A new real estate trend, dubbed “try before you buy,” is giving would-be buyers a chance to get to know a home before taking the plunge. [more]

  • Kyle Blackmon and 15 Central Park West

    Kyle Blackmon and 15 Central Park West

    A duplex apartment at the Zeckendorfs’ 15 Central Park West has hit the market asking $62.5 million. The 5,610-square-foot apartment on the 18th and 19th floors of the iconic building has four bedrooms and seven bathrooms.

    The Ullman Family Partnership is selling the duplex, which is listed with Brown Harris Stevens superbroker Kyle Blackmon. The apartment boasts a 392-square-foot park-facing terrace, a staff room with a separate entrance and an internal elevator, according to the listing. [more]

  • From left: 54 West 74th Street, 101 West 78th Street and 340-344 West 72nd Street

    From left: 54 West 74th Street, 101 West 78th Street and 340-344 West 72nd Street

    An add-on frenzy is seizing the Upper West Side, with three buildings joining the Apthorp’s bid to put apartments on their roofs. [more]

  • From left: Beverly Hills, Calif. and the Upper West Side of New York City

    From left: Beverly Hills, Calif. and the Upper West Side of New York City

    Beverly Hills and New York City’s Upper West Side lead sales over $10 million last year, according to a report from Coldwell Banker. Of the properties purchased in that upper tier through June of 2013, 17 were in Manhattan’s 10023 ZIP code — the Upper West Side — and 18 in Beverly Hills’ famed 90210. [more]

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