200 Amsterdam Avenue is the tallest condo skyscraper on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
Rising 52 stories, the 200 Amsterdam Avenue condominium is an architectural marvel — and also a feat residential zoning gymnastics. The project was embroiled in litigation for years. Following seemingly endless community opposition that brought on a supreme court case over the building’s height, specifically, the top 20 floors, SJP Properties and Mitsui Fudosan America prevailed. The developers forged ahead with building the 112-unit development. Soaring 668 feet high, the Elkus Manfredi Architects-designed building is now officially the tallest residential tower on the Upper West Side.
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Residences at 200 Amsterdam range from one- to four-bedrooms, with layouts that are said to be gracious and reminiscent of the prewar floorplans that have long defined Upper West Side living. According to the initial offering plan, pricing ranges from $2.63M to $40M, asking an average per square feet price of $2,947.
200 Amsterdam Avenue touts a “transformative” lifestyle experience, with two distinct amenities collections: The Club at 200 and Wellness at 200. These spaces encompass three entire floors, with features like a dedicated spa, a 75-foot saltwater pool, a music room for children, and a private club for relaxing and entertaining.
200 Amsterdam Avenue Location
200 Amsterdam Avenue is located at 200 Amsterdam Avenue, Lincoln Square, Manhattan
200 Amsterdam Avenue Amenities, Unit Mix, Prices
1 Bedroom – 8
2 Bedroom – 25
3 Bedroom – 46
4 Bedroom – 33
$2.63M – $40M
Source: Marketproof New Development
200 Amsterdam Avenue Project Team
Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing
Mitsui Fudosan America
Elkus Manifredi Architects
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