Just south of the Upper West Side stands Addison Hall is a pre-war building rising 16 stories into the sky. Located on 457 W 57th Street, its canopied entrance complements the red brick style. With condominiums beginning at $250,000, Addison Hall represents both an investment and a wonderful starter apartment for Manhattan professionals. Additionally the 24-hour doorman service, laundry room, bike room and live-in super, render Addison Hall the perfect building for the busy professional.
Built in 1930 with a design by Joseph A. Moller Inc, the building exudes old world luxury with high beamed ceilings making for spacious sun-drenched apartments. The oak stripped hardwood floors compliment the renovated bathrooms and new fixtures. Outside the building lies one of the most vibrant and artistic neighborhoods in New York City with Central Park, The Faerie Den, Columbus Circle, the Hudson River and Lincoln Center within walking distance.
Addison Hall is a co-op that emphasizes quiet and beauty