Upper West Side condo conversion The Orleans has placed the first of its 26 capacious meta-apartments on the market.
Located at 100 West 80th Street, the stalwart Beaux Arts rental building has been reconfigured as four- and five-bedroom condominiums. The two available apartments are 4B, a $4.624 million four-bedroom measuring 2,202 square feet, and Unit 6B, a $5.806 million five-bedroom measuring 2,639 square feet.
Each half-floor residence features direct views of Central Park and American Museum of Natural History. The condos have 10-foot ceilings, open kitchen and in-unit washer/dryer.
Built around 1900 on the corner of West 80th Street and Columbus Avenue, the structure is “the second oldest tall building on the Upper West Side,” according to the official site. The brick, stone and limestone building first opened as a hotel; by the 1950s, it was a mix of 77 rental apartments and 43 hotel rooms. Owners David Sterling and Nora Lavori, a long-divorced couple who purchased the place in the early 1980s, have renovated the apartments multiple times, the Wall Street Journal and Curbed reported.
Halstead is marketing the property. Floorplans below: