Geographic Area Upper West Side, 10025
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Train - Exposed Brick 12' Ceilings Well maintained pre war walk up building, first floor unit, recently renovated, separate kitchen including granite counter tops, modern bathroom, large living room featuring high ceilings, exposed brick wall throughout, bedroom can fit a queen size bed and extra furniture, new hardwood floors, live in super, Excellent Upper West Side location - near all transportation, restaurants, the Upper East Side, Central Park, Columbus Circle, and Midtown. Laundry in Building Live-in Super Pets Allowed Storage Available Rental Guarantors Accepted 1-2 year term Peter Guirguess, (212) 470-8661 Coldwell Banker

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Learn more about Upper West Side

The Upper West Side is a neighborhood in Manhattan, New York City. The area sits between Central Park and the Hudson River. Residents of the Upper West Side have access to the Henry Hudson Parkway, though most take the city's public transportation system to get around. There are both subways and buses in the Upper West Side that will drop off passengers at numerous locations around New York City. 

The neighborhood is filled with plenty to do, no matter where your interests lie. For example, the American Museum of Natural History is located on the western edge of the area. This local favorite has both permanent and temporary exhibits that teach visitors about new subjects. The museum has done exhibits on butterflies, poison, microorganisms and more. 

The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is a great entertainment option for the more dramatically minded. Residents of the Upper West Side come to see operas, ballets and concerts. 

Shopping in the Upper West Side is easy, whether you need groceries, clothes, accessories or home goods. Zabar's is an open air market that started off as a single tent selling smoked fish. Since its opening in 1934, the market has added stores and become a popular spot to get local food.

The Upper West Side is an energetic neighborhood that houses residents of all kinds, from young professionals to families.