A beautiful early 20th-century high-rise luxury apartment building, taking up the entire square block between 78th and 79th Sts. between Broadway and West End Avenue. Its companion, the Belnord, takes up the square block between 86th and 87th Sts. between Broadway and Amsterdam. Both buildings were completed in 1908, at a time when the Upper West Side was still full of wide open spaces.
2207 Broadway and 390 West End Avenue
Nearest Transit: 79th St (Lines: 1,2)
Apthorp and Nearby Attractions on Map
Metropolitan Museum of Art(1.6 km)
Pay what you wish; includes same-day admission to the Cloisters Museum & Gardens in Upper Manhattan (suggested admission $20 adults, $15 seniors, $10 students, children under 12 free).
Neue Galerie New York(1.8 km)
Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum(1.9 km)
A branch of the Smithsonian Institution, the Cooper-Hewitt is devoted to historic and contemporary design, with changing exhibits.
Guggenheim Museum(1.9 km)
Probably the most famous of the Guggenheim foundations (others found in Bilbao, Venice, Berlin and Las Vegas), which hold avant-garde modern art by artists such as Kandinsky and Mondrian, the New York branch is housed in a unique and famous Frank Lloyd Wright-designed building rendered in a rounded, organic form and completed in 1959.
The Jewish Museum(2 km)
The Jewish Museum tells the story of the long history of the Jewish community in London through artifacts, paintings and photographs.
Central Park(1.3 km)
A sprawling open space in Upper Manhattan, Central Park is divided into four quadrants.
Shinran Shonin(2.2 km)
Staring pensively across Riverside Drive at the children playing in the park is the statue of Shinran Shonin, a 13th century Buddhist reformer.
Frick Collection(1.8 km)
The former home of steel baron Henry Clay Frick, this sprawling mansion is filled with Frick's enormous personal art collection, displayed as he left it.
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