Upper West Side

Upper West Side

The Upper West Side of Manhattan is thought of as the intellectual and cultural hub of New York City.  Home to Lincoln Center, Columbia University, and the American Museum of Natural History, it attracts millions of visitors annually.  Lucky locals take full advantage of these riches on their doorstep.
 
Anyone looking for apartments Upper West Side studio for rent will hit the jackpot at NoFeeRentals.com.  Our beautifully updated pre-war property at 19 West 69th Street always has studio and one bedroom apartments available. It’s an unbeatable location, just a few doors from Central Park.  The building has an elevator, in-house laundry facilities, and a doorman.
 
The Upper West Side lies between Central Park and the Hudson River, and stretches from West 59th Street to West 116th Street.  It includes the 10023, 10024, and 10025 ZIP codes.  The Broadway-Seventh Avenue subway line and the Eighth Avenue Line both run north/south through the area. Buses run north/south and across town. 
 
Upper West Siders are a mix of students, young and older families, artists, and business professionals. They support a fantastic variety of restaurants, cafes, bars, and famous eateries.  Regular customers come from all over the city to get their food fix at Barney Greengrass, Zabar’s, and Gray’s Papaya.  Local foodies gaze and graze at a mouth-watering array of produce, fresh fish and meat, and all kinds of delicacies at the super-sized Citarella and Fairway.
 
Several of the apartment buildings along Central Park West are known for their celebrity residents as well as their architecture. John Lennon, Leonard Bernstein, and Lauren Bacall all lived in The Dakota.  The Eldorado was home to Herman Wouk’s fictional Marjorie Morningstar.  And many of the Upper West Side’s Beaux Arts and Art Deco apartment houses are protected New York City landmarks.