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Built in 1908 by the William Waldorf Astor family with the ambition of being the city's largest apartment building, the 12-story Apthorp is still among the city's grandest, and one of the Upper West Side's most important landmarks. Converted to a condominium in 2010, the full-block building has the elegant, rare addition of a landscaped private courtyard and driveway as well as four residential lobbies. The 161 apartments within this richly-ornamented limestone Renaissance Revival building feature unusually well-detailed interiors with many of the best attributes of prewar architecture, including room-sized foyers, glass-paneled French doors and fireplaces. The apartments at the Apthorp have been renovated to 21st century standards with state-of-the-art modern finishes. Amenities include a full-time doorman, a fitness center and spa, a children's playroom, a garden, a roof deck and laundry facilities. In the heart of the Upper West Side, the pet-friendly Apthorp is near Riverside Park, Central Park, the Museum of Natural History and the culture, dining and shopping options for which this highly desirable residential neighborhood is known.
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