Charlotte of the Upper West Side offers a rare opportunity to live in an all-new, state-of-the-art home in a landmarked historic neighborhood. It’s only the fourth ground-up new residential building to be constructed in the Upper West Side/Central Park Historic District in the past three decades.

The Upper West Side is also one of Manhattan’s most convenient neighborhoods, with easy access to multiple subway lines, crosstown busses, and dedicated bike lanes, as well as the shops and restaurants of Columbus Avenue.

The Upper West Side is an authentic neighborhood with an eclectic character all its own. It’s a community that balances a deep respect for history with smart, sensitive innovation—like the new addition to the American Museum of Natural History by award-winning architect Studio Gang, rising just two blocks away.

Surrounded by cultural landmarks and nestled between two of 
Manhattan’s greatest parks.

Charlotte of the Upper West Side is close to other icons of Manhattan’s cultural landscape, including Lincoln Center, the New-York Historical Society, the Beacon Theater, and the Delacorte Theater, home to the Public Theater’s summertime Shakespeare in the Park series. The fresh air and open spaces of Central Park are located just one block east, and Riverside Park and the Hudson waterfront are four blocks to the west.