Manhattan's Upper West Side is sandwiched between Central Park to the east and Riverside Park to the west. It has been the setting for many movies and TV shows including Seinfeld, Wall Street, Black Swan and Spider-Man because of the neighborhood's cultural richness and character. The brownstones, tree-lined streets and abundant restaurants make the Upper West Side a residential and livable area.
Lincoln Center, The Julliard School, The American Museum of Natural History and New York Historical Society are some of the world famous venues located in the Upper West Side.
The Ansonia, located on Broadway and W 73 St is perhaps the grandest pre-war condominium building in Manhattan. Along the Hudson River on Riverside Bouvelard are newer condominiums ranging from the Trump buildings to the latest, The Aldyn, which has 40,000 sqft of amenities. 15 Central Park West was the building where Sandy Weill's apartment sold for $88 million, the most expensive Manhattan condominium sold at the time.