845 West End Avenue consists of a fully renovated, classic prewar condominium building. The development is located in the Upper West Side of Manhattan, one of New York's most desirable residential neighborhoods.
The generously proportioned and well-designed residences in this building have been lovingly restored with respect to the original design elements, many of which have remained intact. The renovation also provided the residences with upgrades to the finishes and fixtures throughout. There are many different layout options. The homes are filled with an abundance of natural light from multiple exposures, some south facing and some west facing. The west-facing exposures provide residents with stunning sunset views over the Hudson River.
Residences have grand entry foyers, which lead to the spacious living room. There are generous walk-in closets, which provide plenty of storage space. Baths are well appointed with mosaic Calacatta Gold and Carrara marble floors, Kohler sinks and tubs, Watermark fixtures and radiant heated floors. Kitchens are fully equipped with top-of-the-line appliances by Liebherr and Bosch, limestone countertops, Watermark faucets and custom wooden cabinetry. The kitchen also features a large island with bar seating. The dining room adjoins the kitchen and offers easy entertaining. The other side of the kitchen adjoins to a study with en suite bath. The home features classic prewar details, such as oak herringbone floors and crown moldings. Modern conveniences include central air conditioning, new windows, new wiring for high-speed internet, plumbing and new washer and dryer units.
The building has several services and amenities to entice the prospective client. Services include a 24-hour doorman and a live-in superintendent to meet residents’ needs. Bicycle and private storage are also provided. Amenities include a well-appointed children's playroom and a state-of-the-art fitness center.
There are few locations as central as 845 West End Avenue. The development is situated in the heart of one of New York's most established and desired residential neighborhoods, one block east of the dining, shopping and culture of the Upper West Side, and one block east of walking, jogging and tennis courts at nearby parks.