60 West 76th Street
1887Number of Units:
56Number of Floors:
Elevator, full-time live-in superintendent and rentable storage.
60 West 76th Street is a pre-war building constructed around 1887. There are 56 apartments boasting marble floors and stairways throughout, an onyx lobby, high ceilings and large windows. The building has one of the last working “birdcage” style elevators in the entire country and a regular full-service elevator. The building consists of studio, one and two bedroom apartments. There is a full-time live-in superintendent and rentable storage.
60 West 76th Street is located on the Upper West Side. The building is on the corner of Columbus Avenue and just one block from Central Park, the New York Historical Society, and the American Museum of Natural History. The 1, 2, and 3 trains stop nearby (79th Street-Broadway Station), as do the A, B, and C trains (Museum of Natural History Station at 79th Street). There is also commercial ground floor space.