My first trip to The Admaston
About 15 years ago I was on a broker tour around the Upper West Side of Manhattan with some of my collegues from the office. We had about 10 new exclusives that we were previewing on the usual Thursday morning tour that we made every week. One of the stops on this day was a beautiful old lady named the Admaston condominium. On walking into the building, you were immediately taken by the rich ornate lobby with high vaulting ceilings, delicate wood moldings and warm amber lighting.
They were ready for us
The doorman knew we were coming and usered us upstairs to the open house being held by an agent in our office. So we all bundled into the elevator and rode up to the apartment. The apartment was stunning. I felt like I was entering another era and couldn’t wait to see what was around the next corner. This particular apartment had been fully renovated and showed beautifully. Ever since that day, I have always had a love affair of The Admaston and cant wait to show the apartments whenever they come on the market.
The Admaston is a beautiful old lady with many stories to tell over the years. Built in 1910, this classic prewar condominium has high beamed ceilings and open layouts. There is a 24 hour doorman and concierge, laundry and storage in the building. Many, if not all of the apartments have been renovated and are beautiful. There are wood floors, high ceilings, a roof deck and storage in the basement. The Building is 12 stories high and currently has about 72 condominium apartments. She is a couple of blocks away from both 535 West End Avenue and 160 West 86th street-The Westbury
Located on the Upper West Side
Sitting on West 89th Street on the Upper West Side, The Admaston is situated between both Central Park and Riverside Park. Nearby you have Zabars, the Barnes and Nobel bookstore and The Ritz camera store. On 79th street, you also have Filenes Basement and Sym’s department store.