57 W 86th St

57 West 86th Street, Upper West Side, NY 10024

Iconic 43-ft Wide Mixed-Use Building on Prime UWS Block

Originally known as The Corn Exchange Bank, an iconic 43-ft wide mixed-use four-story building located at 57 West 86 Street, between Columbus Avenue and Central Park West, one of the most prime blocks in the heart of the Upper West Side.

Built-in 1930, the building encompasses 13,290-sf including 9,090-sf of residential space and 4,200-sf of retail space. There are 11 free market apartments, 1 rent-stabilized apartment, and 43-ft wide of retail storefront space including 4,200-sf above ground and 3,500-sf on the lower level. All of the residences have soaring pre-war ceilings and large windows. The retail space has extra-tall storefront windows and 15ft ceilings.

There is a rare opportunity to combine this building with the neighboring building at 55 West 86 Street, creating 63 feet wide of total frontage, over 21,000 interior square footage, and additional air rights. There are endless possibilities with this incredibly rare combination opportunity, from a condo conversion to a one-residence home.

This location cannot be surpassed; in the heart of the West Side and all that it has to offer, right in between Central Park and Riverside Park. Nearby transportation includes the 1, B, and C subways and various buses including the 86th Street crosstown. It is less than 1 block from Central Park, and the B, and C train.

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Features & Amenities


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Area & Lot

Status For Sale
LIVING SPACE 13,290 Sq.Ft.
LOT SIZE 4,343 Sq.Ft.
MLS® ID 23001051
Type Townhouse
Year Built 1930


SALES PRICE $13,250,000
Zoning R10A