Two Fifty West 81st, a remarkable and majestic building, draws its inspiration from the elegant pre-war apartment buildings that define the Upper West Side. Its iconic and classical design is further enhanced by exquisite details like limestone finishes, handmade brick, decorative window openings, and articulated frieze details.
Each residence within Two Fifty West 81st was thoughtfully designed with attention to detail. The layout and window placements perfectly frame the stunning Manhattan skyline. Great rooms are adorned with elevated ceilings, oversized windows, and hand-laid oak flooring, all of which create an overall sense of space. The extraordinary kitchens are a result of a unique collaboration between Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Smallbone of Devizes, England’s most esteemed bespoke cabinet maker. The master bathrooms boast custom marble-topped vanities, polished nickel finishes, radiant heated floors, rain showers, and separate soaking tubs. With an abundance of natural light, Two Fifty West 81st creates an incomparable experience.
But what truly sets Two Fifty West 81st apart are its world-class amenities. The multi-purpose Sports Court is ideal for informal entertaining, while the Children’s Playroom features a colorful “imagination forest.” The Fitness Center is equipped with the latest Technogym and Peloton equipment and features a special Golf Simulator Room for perfecting your swing. The Music Recording and Practice Studio is equipped with state-of-the-art instruments, a mixing board, and a sound booth. The Library Lounge is a sophisticated retreat that boasts a curated book selection and a charming terrace space. Or, indulge in open-air dining on the rooftop Sky Terrace. There is a space within Two Fifty West 81st that caters to everyone’s preferences.
Ideally located at the geographical center of the Upper West Side, Two Fifty West 81st provides immediate access to New York City’s top transportation, education, shopping, and dining destinations. The picturesque, tree-lined street connects Central Park to Riverside Park along the Hudson River, further adding to the allure of this desirable Manhattan building.