The Willard is a striking Beaux Arts-style landmarked building, originally completed in 1903 and designed by Ralph S. Townsend. All 10 floors have recently undergone a major transformation while still maintaining their authentic charm and details. Air Conditioner Modern Bathrooms Marble Tile Kitchen & Bathroom Microwave Stainless Steel Appliances High Ceilings Custom Closets Dishwasher Energy Efficient Appliances Breakfast Bar Hardwood Flooring Washer Dryer Heat Refrigerator Range Additional Storage Storage Space Storage Available Fitness Center Live-In Super Door Attendant Bike Room Fitness Center Part-Time Doorman On site Maintenance
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Bordered by two of the city’s most iconic parks, Central and Riverside, the Upper West Side combines a residential environment with cosmopolitan living, a pairing not often found in Manhattan’s other neighborhoods. Two unmistakable landmarks bracket the Upper West Side: the Cathedral of St. John the Divine to the north and Columbus Circle to the south. In between, residents will find some of the most enjoyable, and convenient, living anywhere in the city. Side streets feature beautiful brownstones and quaint local hidden gems. Popular shops and restaurants line Columbus and Amsterdam Avenue, while lovers of the performance arts will appreciate Lincoln Centers convenient location right off Broadway. The 1/2/3/A/B/C/D subway lines service the neighborhood, leaving residents with just a short walk to any public transportation.