Sales have officially launched for 393 West End Avenue, a renovated condominium property located between Riverside Park and West 79th Street in Manhattan’s Upper West Side Historic District. From New York-based developer Rabina, the 16-story building houses 75 residences and a collection of amenities.
The building was originally completed by architects Goldner & Goldner in 1927 and features ornate masonry details, decorative sconces, and limestone ornamentation associated with the Collegiate Gothic style. Rabina partnered with CetraRuddy to preserve and refurbish the original façade and invigorate the building’s interior spaces for the modern owner.
The condominium collection ranges from one- to four-bedrooms floor plans that offer wood floors with a French Chevron style in the living and dining areas, open-plan kitchens, and custom smoked oak wood cabinetry in a walnut tone with fluted glass. Residents are furnished with paneled Miele appliances to match the cabinetry and brushed antique bronze hoods above each stove.
“From the beginning, the design vision for 393 West End Avenue has been to create a unique and elevated residential experience that celebrates historic sensibility while introducing a modern vernacular,” said CetraRuddy founding principal Nancy J. Ruddy. “Whether the bespoke mosaic floor in the lobby, or the custom club room mural and hand-picked marble in the kitchens and bathrooms, every element that you see and touch is crafted and curated with a focus on material richness, balanced proportions, and an eye toward creating a sense of home and wellbeing that fits how we live today.”
The building offers a suite of garden-level amenities including an in-house club spanning 4,000 square feet. The club includes a Great Room with banquette seating and private nooks and direct access to a landscaped courtyard. Another area dubbed The Club Room features additional communal seating, lounge area, and a fully-equipped bar.
Lifestyle amenities include a fitness center, a junior lounge with games and hangout space, and a forest-inspired children’s playroom and garden known as The Cottage. Bicycle storage and a laundry room with extra-capacity washers and dryers are also available.
“Engaging creatively and respectfully with historic buildings is part of our DNA at CetraRuddy, and 393 West End Avenue is truly an expression of everything we love about the juxtaposition between past and present,” said Ruddy, who described the individual residences as light-filled, private retreats.
Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing is the exclusive sales and marketing firm for 393 West End Avenue. Pricing for initial inventory begins at $3.718 million for a three-bedroom home.