If New York is the center of the world, then the Upper West Side is the heart. It is an architectural, intellectual and cultural jewel.
Located in this storied neighborhood, the Haswell is named for the 19th century figure, Andrew Haswell Green, designer of Central Park. Haswell was an urban planner who redefined New York City as a place where nature could co-exist with urban dwellers.
The building consists of 64 apartments occupying 16 floors. Its location will give homeowners residing in the building unparalleled views of the Hudson River.
Designed and constructed by PBDW Architects, the design includes a library as well as a host of other amenities appreciated by New Yorkers. The homes will have high ceilings, open floor plans, a fully equipped kitchen and floor-to-ceiling windows to fully take advantage of the amazing views of The Hudson River.
Its proximity to the 1, 2, and 3 subway lines make accessing anywhere in NYC easy.
The Haswell shares its neighborhood with some of the best dining and shopping the city has to offer.