The Renaissance of a Classic 19th Century Landmark

“Elegantly reimagined Upper West Side
Condominium Residences”

Designed by Stephen Sills

The Building

101 West 78th Street is a distinctive, late 19th Century residence designed by Belgian born Emile Gruwe. Completed in 1886, it is an Upper West Side condominium located directly across the street from its architectural contemporary, The American Museum of Natural History and just one block from the bucolic expanse of Central Park.

The residences

Stephen Sills, Architectural Digest “AD 100” designer, has conceived the building’s interiors, including the impressive lobby, polished amenity spaces, and a collection of generously appointed two to five bedroom condominium residences.

Amenities

These luxury Upper West Side condos are completed by multiple amenities including a fitness center, a children’s play room, a package room with cold storage, bicycle and stroller room, and private storage lockers.

Upper West Side

These luxury Upper West Side condominiums are situated in New York’s most desirable uptown residential location. Just one block west of Central Park, 101 West 78 is surrounded by some of the city’s most prestigious buildings and cultural amenities. The Upper West Side is full of wonderfully unique shops and local favorite restaurants.