752 West End Avenue
752 West End Avenue
Upper West Side, Upper Manhattan, Manhattan
GROSS RENT $3,350***(PAID MONTHLY) NET EFFECTIVE BASED ON 1 MONTH FREE (13 MONTH LEASE) $1000 MOVE IN CREDIT FOR 3/1 LEASE START DATE
JUNIOR ONE BEDROOM- 500 SQ FT BEDROOM FITS FULL BED ONLY
Originally established in 1925 as the Hotel Paris, this full-service, luxury doorman, Art Deco building has long been a preferred residence for discerning Upper West Siders. Currently offering an array of inventory ranging from Studios to 4 bedroom apartments appointed with high-end finishes and interiors that savvy New Yorkers have come to expect. All of which set a new standard for prewar luxury on the Upper West Side.
The neighborhood is our unspoken amenity. We are located one block from the local 1 and express 2/3 trains at 96th St, and four blocks from the B/C trains! Just a short walk to Riverside Park and Dinosaur Playground, West Side Market, Whole Foods, and some of New York's most notable private and public schools. Nestled a block away from the shopping, restaurants, and nightlife of Broadway.
The Paris has something to offer everyone stop by and see why we might be the perfect fit.
Nearby Public Transportation
0.12 mi at 96th St (95th St and Broadway)
0.34 mi at 103rd St (103rd St and Broadway)
0.70 mi at 86th St (86th St and Central Park West)
The Property / Area (Upper West Side)
Located between 59th and 125th Streets between Central Park and
the Hudson River, the Upper West Side boasts beautiful row houses
and some of the prettiest pre-war buildings you'll find on
tree-lined and flower laden streets. Although it can be an
expensive place to live, the Upper West Side has all has all your
day-to-day needs within walking distance. The Upper West Side
consists of multiple smaller neighbors and is full of wonderful
restaurants in all price ranges, world-class museums, fantastic
schools, grocery stores, gyms, churches and clubs. Bordered at both
East and West ends with the city's biggest parks, the UWS
definitely has activities for every member of your family. The
Upper West Side is often depicted in film and tv shows, notably
You've Got Mail, American Psycho, Ghostbusters, Hannah and her
Sisters, among many others. Its vibe is one of sophisticated wealth
and "old New York".
The Upper West Side has a large number of pre-war buildings
Upper West Side Apartments
The apartment is a unit offered at a monthly price of $3,000. This is a luxury doorman / elevator building. The building also boasts a fitness center to help residents stay in great shape. Both cats and dogs are allowed, but as always, double check with the manager about any specific pet concerns you may have. This is a No Fee apartment, meaning the manager or agent should not ask you for a broker fee (there may still be deposits and other move-in fees paid to the landlord).
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