Built in 2007, the Avery is a 32-story post-war high-rise building. Designed by Costas Kondylis, this exquisite building is located on the Upper West Side overlooking the Hudson River and provides spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline. The building contains 274 apartments, which range from one to four bedrooms. Each unit combines marble, granite, porcelain and glass to create a luxurious and contemporary feel.
The Avery has many special touches. Residents have the option to customize their unit by choosing from a variety of color schemes and kitchen countertop styles. All the apartments have hardwood floors, floor-to-ceiling windows and high ceilings. The sleek kitchens contain Sub-Zero and Miele kitchen appliances and plenty of cabinet space. The luxurious bathrooms in each unit have standard sized deep soaking bathtubs. One-bedroom units have shower/bath combinations and each unit has their own washer and dryer.
The amenities are abundant at the Avery. The building is serviced by a concierge and 24-hour doorman. There is also a fitness center with a yoga/stretching area, children’s playroom outfitted with toys, books, soft mats, perfect for fun, rainy days, stimulating times and convenient play dates, tournament-style gaming room with billiards/darts, private screening room, club suite, 24 hour library with Wi-Fi access and a beautifully landscaped courtyard garden. There is also an exclusive partnership between the Avery and Lincoln Center, which includes special ticket privileges, performances and “Meet the Artist” programs, which take place in Avery’s in-house theater.
Location is important for many people and the Avery does not disappoint. Practically in its backyard is the beautiful Riverside Park and just one avenue away is the West Side Highway’s 6 mile-long bike and jogging path. Nearby is great Upper West Side shopping and dining at Columbus Circle and Time Warner Center. For cultural attractions, the Avery is mere steps to Lincoln Center and many amazing museums, including the American Museum of Natural History and the Museum of Modern Art.
There is great public transportation nearby. The nearest subways are the 1, 2, and 3 lines at 72nd Street and Broadway and the cross-town bus lines are located at 57th, 66th, and 72nd streets.