40 West 96th Street is a Renaissance Revival style brownstone designed by the architect George F. Pelham in 1897. Delivered vacant, the property allows for conversion to a luxurious single-family home.
Set in a desirable location on the Upper West Side steps from Central Park and some of the best schools, shops and restaurants in the City including Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, and Columbus Square shopping, 40 West 96th Street offers endless possibilities.
Listing courtesy of Richard Pretsfelder and Sophie Smadbeck
Real Estate Taxes
17' x 100.67' (72' deep)
Private Outdoor Space
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