About West End Condominium
Just steps off the historic West End Avenue, 314 West 100th Street is an eight-story, prewar building erected in 1910, and flawlessly restored as condominiums in 2008 by Maurice Mann. Providing an exquisite example of prewar architecture, and offering the timeless essence of New York charm, it has a total of 33 apartments. The building's entrance and lobby are crafted with an elegance and design that captivate its residents upon entry with intricate, wrought-iron doors, onyx and marble walls, ingeniously restored plasterwork, and original mosaic flooring.
This pet-friendly building offers an assortment of floor plans, varying from four to seven rooms, all of which contain timeless period details throughout, such as high ceilings, inlaid hardwood floors, and French doors with glass transoms and original hardware. Many apartments feature restored, or replicated, carved fireplaces that only enhance the building's prewar charm. Kitchens are equipped with Sub-Zero and Kitchenaid stainless steel appliances alongside sleek marble and granite countertops. The marble baths are equally breathtaking with deep-soaking tubs, early nineteenth century style hardware with Kohler and Waterworks fixtures. The building also provides washers and dryers in every unit.
This Upper West Side condominium is just steps away from Central and Riverside Park, and is surrounded by a rich and historic culture that defines New York City.