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825 West End Avenue

Northwest corner at 100th Street
825 West End Avenue

825 West End Avenue

By Carter B. Horsley

This attractive, 15-story building was erected in 1910 and converted to a cooperative in 1993. It has 106 apartments.

The light beige-brick building has large, sculpted rosettes on the lower two floors and its roofline is distinguished by two large cartouches on each of its south and west fašades. The building has a canopied entrance flanked by attractive lanterns, and a large marble lobby with a concierge. It is across the avenue from Ansche Chesed, a handsome synagogue.

The building, which has no garage, permits protruding air-conditioners and has consistent fenestration.

This is a very pleasant and quiet stretch of West End Avenue that is convenient to public transportation and one block from Riverside Park. Neighborhood shopping is nearby and steadily improving as high-end retailers continue to advance up Broadway.

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