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New Conversion: Upper West Side: 235 West 71st

A new luxury pre-war transformation is taking place at 235 West 71st. The 9 storey 1912 Beaux Arts building is being completely modernized with energy efficient luxury.

The limestone facade reveals 70 feet of frontage. New energy efficient tilt-and-turn European-style windows have been installed.
The outward appearance retains the characteristic grace and charm of its era and compliments the brownstones and pre-war buildings on this lovely tree-lined Upper West Side street between Broadway and West End Avenue.
Inside a total transformation has taken place. Designed by renowned architect Mario Arbore, the building's nine floors feature 3 to 7 bedrooms half and full floor residences.
Features include: New solid oak herringbone and strip floors throughout with individual multi-zoned heating and A/C and Smart home technology to streamline your audio, video and lighting. The grand NEFF eat-in designer kitchens are complimented with Waterworks fixtures.
Current available apartments range from a a 3 bedroom 3 bath 1930 square foot home for $3.4 million to a 7 Bedroom Penthouse for $15million. Brown Harris Stevens is exclusive sales and marketing agent.
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