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The multitude of imposing pre-war co-op’s, condominiums, high-rises, townhouses and brownstones, bracketed by Central Park and Riverside Park, make The Upper West Side one of the most appealing New York neighborhoods. There are very few Lofts, although several apartments have been decorated and configured to emulate Downtown lofts. The feeling of big open space will always be considered a luxury in Manhattan. Services, amenities and public transportation are naturally outstanding.
Considered by many to be the ultimate luxuryloft neighborhood (South of Houston Street), and historically important because of it’s original designation as an artist’s area, some of the world’s most exquisite Lofts exist here. A vast number of new developments, along with the evolution of Soho as Downtown Manhattan’s premiere shopping district have made this Super-Prime real estate, commanding the highest prices of lofts in the New York market! Cobbled streets, architecturally important buildings and a mix of residential and commercial unlike any other neighborhood, makes Soho a luxuryloft-seeker’s dream. Lofts in this area are more appealing for their space and detailing: Views are rare and expensive.
This area that stretches West of Fifth Avenue from 23rd Street to 14th Street contains some of the most beautiful Loft buildings in Manhattan, and the list keeps growing as new developments emerge. Now with all services, restaurants, shops and food stores, this area has experienced some of the largest gains in value in recent years. With Chelsea expanding north into the Floral district, this neighborhood is unique in it’s eclectic mix of residential and commercial buildings, townhouses and rental apartment buildings.