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Today's Featured Building: Westerly

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Exterior of Westerly

The Westerly is a historically rich and architecturally pleasing structure that was built in 1923 and features many windows, some with arches, over its nine stories.

The Westerly Condominiums offer a sought-after and convenient neighborhood near Central Park in the Upper West Side of Manhattan. This well run nine story building is nestled on a quiet, tree-lined residential street between two commonly driven routes, offering the perfect combination of quiet and convenience.

The Upper West Side has a reputation of being an upscale residential neighborhood that is home to many middle to upper class professionals and families. Many of the residents of the Upper West Side commute to Midtown Manhattan for their professions, while there is plenty of cultural diversity and artistic individuals in the community.

This condominium building of 9 stories and 53 residences was originally constructed in 1923 and offers the best of pre-war construction; residences feature historic details like high ceilings, herringbone hardwood floors with mahogany inlay, and thick, concrete structural walls that keep the traffic noise out.


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