Architect Emory Roth completed this distinctive 30 story ornate building in 1927. Located mid block on West 72nd Street off Central Park West, the building converted to coop in 1984. There are 172 apartments.
The tower, has a buff brick façade above a rusticated, three-story stone base and terra-cotta window surrounds in Italian Renaissance fashion at the fourth, fifth, sixth, 15th, and 26th through the 29th stories. The building has setbacks at the 16th, 19th, 20th, 21st 27th, and 29th floors.
The Oliver Cromwell is very similar to Roth's Carlyle Hotel on the east side. The Oliver Cromwell is located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. It is a pet friendly building and allows pied-a-terre. It has a garage, garden, storage and laundry room. Maximum financing allowed 75%.
Apartments range from 400 square foot studios starting around $300,000 to 700 square foot one bedrooms from $575,000 to 2 bedrooms from 950,000 to 3 and 4 bedroom tower apartments and penthouses up to $4.5 million.
Manhattan Apartment Buildings in history/ today
- Apthorp Apartments
- The Ansonia
- Apple Bank Building
- The Beresford
- The Castle 455 Central Park West
- The Dakota
- Hotel des Artistes
- 50 West 86th
- Landmark Living
- Townhouses to Apartments
- Starchitect Skyline
- Pomander Walk
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