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Today's Featured Building: 35 West 90th Street

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35 West 90th Street is a pre-war, Art Deco building that was constructed in 1931 and converted to a cooperative in 1984. Designed by architect Robert T. Lyons, the historic building offers 101 residences over its 13 stories.

The entrance of the building is set off the beautiful, tree-lined block of West 90th Street and leads to the Mahogany-paneled lobby which is attended by a full-time doorman. This pet-friendly building offers a sought-after residence that is situated just half a block from Central Park and within walking distance to many daily necessities. This Upper West Side neighborhood is an ideal residential, family-oriented area convenient to shops, restaurants, schools and public transportation.

Each of the residences throughout the building are filled with historic, character detailing such as wood-burning fireplaces, beamed ceilings, and large, multi-paneled windows. These cooperative homes range from studio residences to three bedrooms, and some larger homes where units have been combined.[1]


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