Sales have launched for the homes at 393 West End Avenue, a historic building reimagined by the award-winning architecture and interior design firm CetraRuddy on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. The 16-story building, which was originally designed by architects Goldner & Goldner and constructed in 1927, is situated within the landmark West End Collegiate Historic District. This last UWS condo conversion features a collection of 75 luxury residences and a series of garden-level amenities. 393 West End Avenue is being redeveloped by Rabina, a New York-based real estate investment and development firm.
It is 393 West End Avenue’s Collegiate Gothic architecture skillfully preserved by CetraRuddy that commands attention. The building features a restored limestone portal with a modern bronze-and-glass marquee, antique bronze entry doors with one-of-a-kind lion medallions, and stunning plaster tassels.
The 24-hour attended lobby features a sculptural stone concierge desk, Bianco Spino and Grigio Collemandina mosaic floors, lacquered paneling and a soaring nickel leaf ceiling. Custom bronze-and-glass art screens lead to the elevator bank.
A collection of 75 residences ranges from one to four bedrooms. The lavish homes feature wood floors with a French Chevron style in the living and dining areas; the open plan kitchens outfitted with Naica Quartzite countertops and custom cabinetry and a suite of paneled Miele appliances.
The design of the primary bedrooms uses tone-on-tone natural materials and restored tray ceilings.
The primary baths include a striking combination of honed Pacific White Marble walls and mosaic floors; Calacatta Black Marble accents and vanity countertops; and custom white lacquer vanities with polished nickel accents and textile drawer fronts. Secondary baths feature Calacatta Gold Marble mosaic floors in a diamond pattern and polished nickel trim.
393 West End Avenue features a series of garden-level amenities. Spanning 4,000 square feet, these spaces include a Great Room fitted with banquettes and private nooks for study or remote work; the Club Room that features a custom artisanal tile mosaic, a plush nine-foot sofa and a fully-equipped bar; a state-of-the-art fitness center with a private movement studio, a junior lounge with a gaming station and hangout space; a forest-inspired children’s playroom known as “The Cottage,” which opens onto its own dedicated outdoor space.
393 West End Avenue is located just one block from Riverside Park and the Hudson River in the West End Collegiate Historic District.
The exclusive sales and marketing for 393 West End Avenue are being handled by Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing. Sales are being led by Louise Phillips of The Louise Phillips Forbes Team. Pricing for initial inventory begins at $3.718 million for a three-bedroom residence.
Be the first to leave a review.