Category Archives: The Upper West Side




Luxury Living at the Level Club

  One of the first things to note about The Level Club is that it wasn’t always a Luxury condominium building. In fact, it has had numerous chapters in it’s life before it ever became a luxury condominium. The Level Club was in fact built in 1927 as a men’s club for Freemasons.  This lasted only […]


Living at Time Warner in 2011

    It doesnt get much better than the Time Warner condominiums in New York City.  That’s not to say that there aren’t some very close runner ups or one or two buildings that actually tie with this condominium, but it’s definitely tough to beat.   I remember when they were in the process of […]



Central Park South sizzles

The Jumeirah Essex House Condominium Growning up, the Essex House was anything but a luxury condominium.  The Location however, on Central Park South made the transition to Condominiums inevitable. This Art Deco building was built in 1930 and has 200 luxury condominiums, a 24 hour doorman, concierge, and 43 stories overlooking famed Central Park. Bordering […]



Bringing it at the Bromley

      Beautiful Bromley has been around Back in 1986 when The Bromley was born, the Upper West Side was a very different place.  Many of the shops you see now didn’t exist, and certainly many of the condominium buildings we have on the Upper West Side weren’t even thoughts in the developers minds […]