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The Westbourne

609 West 137th Street, New York, 10031, NY

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The Westbourne Description
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At the top of the upper west side awaits an undiscovered jewel. Just east of Riverbank State Park and between the sprawling campuses of CCNY and Columbia University lies a pre-war block-wide monument to a bygone era of good living, now converted into spacious luxury rentals with a European touch, never before seen in these parts. With a range of 1,2,3, and 4 bedroom apartments with new modern kitchen and baths, you don't have to leave Manhattan to start a home. The pre-war architecture of Hamilton Heights has been transformed into postmodern opulence. Apartments have been gut-renovated with condo-like finishes, and public areas from the courtyard to the lobby were rebuilt from scratch to provide everything you need to raise a family in comfort. The attention to detail, functionality, and aesthetics is distinctly evident in the lounge and business center as it is playfully present in the kids playrooms. And unlike even the richest of residents in the 1800s, you'll also have access to state of the art fitness center.

Apartment amenities:

Brazilian cherry hardwood flooring

Dishwasher

Granite countertops

10 C 12 ceilings

Key fob entry

High ceilings,

Large windows

Live-in super

Media room

Services:

Children's playroom

Business center
Floor Plans
Layout Size Price
Studio 583 sqft $2,108
1 bed / 1 bath 494 sqft $2,291
2 bed / 1 bath 705 sqft $2,795
3 bed / 1 bath 942 sqft $3,250
3 bed / 1 bath 1,151 sqft $3,529
3 bed / 2 bath 1,172 sqft $3,995
4 bed / 2 bath 1,466 sqft $4,195
4 bed / 2 bath 1,447 sqft $4,495
* Prices, specials, and floorplan availability subject to change without notice
The Westbourne Amenities
Unit Level
Dishwasher
Hardwood Floor
Community Level
Controlled Access
Elevator
Business Center
Residents Lounge
On Site Laundry
Fitness Center
Pet Policy
Cat Friendly
Dog Friendly
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Reviews around the Neighborhood
unknown user
Princeton
Loved the area
I loved living in this area - the best bakery in the city (Two Little Red Hens) is right here along with great grocery stores and great shopping. In addition it is easy to get around the city because of the 4,5,6. The only downsides were 2nd avenue subway construction and that it is not a great area to go out in. Lower rent more than makes up for that, though!
unknown user
Stanford, Princeton
Upper East Side by Central Park
Really pleasant neighborhood. Just a few steps from Central Park and 2 blocks from the 4/5/6 line. Great area for art lovers. Close walk to Guggenheim, Met and the Frick. One downside is the lack of weekend brunch options. Overall, loved the area!
unknown user
Conn College
UWS is wonderful
Great restaurants and bars on amsterdam and columbus. A friendly, non-pretentious neighborhood with people of all ages. There isn't a scene. It is normal and sophisticated without being snotty. I loved living on the UWS. It is also great to have the park so close. Favorite neighborhood in the world.
unknown user
Stanford, Johns Hopkins
safe area, poor subway, not fun
The area is very safe and parts are fairly upscale. The apartments are generally nice. The subway is a bit of a hike, and inconvenient. It is not in a fun area. Almost always need to grab the 456 downtown.
unknown user
Stanford, Harvard
Great spot to live at
Great neighborhood just a bit of a walk from the subway.
review user
One of Harlem's hot spots
One of Marcus Samuelsson's (Iron Chef, Top Chef Masters) restaurants. The New York Times calls it "culinary mosaic of Southern, Swedish and Ethiopian comforts." Wonderful ambiance. A bit pricey. One of the "cool" new places to go in Harlem.
review user
Living Near B'Way has its Pros & Cons
Pros - I lived here on the corner of Broadway & 102nd. The location is super convenient. Businesses and restaurants are literally feet away and the subway stop was less than half a block. Also, all else equal, rents are cheaper the closer you are to broadway (vs apts west of broadway) Cons - Broadway is loud. The farther west you go the more quiet it is. This means that having your windows up while watching tv will require you turn the volume up loud on your tv.
review user
If you can help it, live Near the express subway stops
Gentrification in Harlem happens near the Express subway (A, D) stops. In West Harlem, that means 125th & 145th streets. This is where you'll most of the new residential buildings and most of the newere business and restaurants. Also, If you live anywhere downtown, living near an express stop cuts your commute time significantly. All else equal its better to go farther uptown if it means living near an express stop (145th St > 135th St)
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