600 West End Avenue ~white glove, prewar cooperative

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600 West End Avenue

600 West End Avenue is a white glove, prewar cooperative located on the northeast corner of 89th Street and West End Avenue.  600 West End Avenue is one of the more ornate and attractive buildings on West End Avenue, built in 1910 by Schwartz & Gross and converted to cooperative in 1978.  The base of the building is limestone, covering the first three stories while the bulk of the building is brown brick and the upper two stories match the lower portion in limestone, with decorative sculptural flourishes, a balustrade running along the 11th floor, and decorative glazed terracotta shields and spandrels.  600 West End Avenue has 13 floors and approximately 65 units, ranging from studios to three bedroom homes and a smaller number of larger combinations.  The striking 2-story marble lobby matches the elegance of the building's recognizable facade and residents also enjoy traditional prewar details and gracious proportions within the individual apartments.  600 West End Avenue features a 24-hour doorman, private storage, bike room, and central laundry all within a stone's throw to Riverside Park, Hippo Playground, The Express and Local Red line, and the many restaurants, including Carmines and shopping of the Upper West Side. And don't forget Equinox and New York Sports Clubs!

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