Photo by myself at 73rd Street and Broadway, on the Upper West Side.
The vestibule of 2112 Broadway, otherwise known as the Apple Bank, is both spare and detailed. The frieze and entry doors are ornamented in wrought iron.
Originally a bank building, the interiors were recently converted into condominiums. The apartments have been sold between $1,780 tp $2,220 per square foot. The building's gym, dog grooming station, bike room and 24-hour doormen certainly add to the value.
These apartments are ideally located, just steps away from the 72nd Street subway station, which is an express stop. Just a block away are Fairway and Citerella, which are two deluxe supermarkets, though I'm sure if you can afford to live here, you might not be cooking your own dinner.
For an earlier post showing some of the ironwork on the exterior, click here
For a more about the condo units, including some interior photos, click here.
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