This pre-war building, which is just a few blocks from Central Park and Riverside Park, epitomizes Upper West Side elegance and is steps to the subway, gourmet food shops, boutiques and state-of-the-art fitness centers.
Lincoln Square is a cultural epicenter with Lincoln Center at its heart. The neighborhood is home a multitude of performing arts institutions, including The Metropolitan Opera, New York City Ballet, New York Philharmonic, and The Juilliard School, to name just a few. Lincoln Center is the economic engine of the neighborhood, making it one of the most desirable neighborhoods in which to live and work, and attracting around 5 million visitors annually who help drive the thriving restaurant scene. Architecturally, the neighborhood consists of many pre-war buildings and many modern high-rises with views spanning the city and the Hudson River.