Upper West Side history meets modern elegance
Marlow is a nine-story condominium conversion on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. It is developed by Slate Property Group and GreenOak Real Estate and designed by BKSK Architects. The building’s 40 condo units range in price from $302K to $6.95M with an average asking PPSF of $1,735.
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The building that houses Marlow was originally constructed as an apartment house in 1926 to the Neo-Georgian designs of prolific architect George F. Pelham, according to Landmark West. It’s part of the Upper West Side-Central Park Historic District and received approvals from the Landmarks Preservation Commission for its condo conversion.
Interiors of the 40 residences, which range from studios to three-bedrooms, feature oak flooring, pre-war beamed ceilings, custom white-oak cabinetry, and radiant heat flooring in primary bathrooms.
Amenities at Marlow include a fitness center, landscaped garden, children’s playroom, and a rooftop terrace. Its just two blocks from Central Park and the American Museum of Natural History. The C and B trains at 81 Street and the 1 train at 79th Street are also just a few blocks away.
Location of Marlow
Marlow is located at 150 West 82nd Street, Upper West Side, Manhattan
Marlow amenities, unit mix, and prices
Studio – 6
1 Bedroom – 10
2 Bedroom – 13
3 Bedroom – 11
$302K to $6.95M
Source: Marketproof New Development
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