Upper West Side

From Central Park West to the Hudson River, 57th Street to 110th Street

Traditionally, considered the liberal and intellectual hub of Manhattan, the Upper West Side has an urban mix unlike any other neighborhood. Central Park West is a showcase for the iconic architecture of The Dakota, the San Remo, and the Beresford, to name a few. The 70s and 80s are home to spacious "Classic Six' apartments. Elegant pre war brownstones are plentiful, and many are designated as landmark buildings. West siders not only have the resources of Central Park, but of resplendent Riverside Park overlooking the Hudson. Many attractions make the West Side a destination for both New Yorkers and tourists. The American Museum of Natural History, with its Rose Center for Earth and Space and its planetarium, draws record crowds year round. Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, home of Lincoln Center Theater, the Metropolitan Opera, Avery Fischer Hall, and the New York City Ballet is the cultural centerpiece of the city. And when it comes to shopping, Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues offer everything you could want, from gourmet foods to one of a kind fashion.