These Top Dollar Buildings Are The Pride of The Upper West Side

View of Manhattan's Central Park from Time Warner Center luxury apartments.

The Upper West Side is one of the most established and sophisticated neighborhoods in the city, and it’s also home to some of its most coveted luxury rental buildings.

Time Warner Center
One of the most high-class residential and retail buildings in the world, Time Warner Center at 25 Columbus Circle is home to an abundance of world-famous destinations, from dining at Chef Thomas Keller’s Per Se, Chef Masayoshi Takayama’s sushi temple Masa, and Chef Marc Murphy’s Landmarc, to such high-end shopping as Cole Haan, Montmartre, Thomas Pink, and Wolford. It is also home to the Mandarin Orient Hotel, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and CNN headquarters. Whole Foods and Equinox are on the premises. The 80-story towers are home to 225 luxury residences overlooking Columbus Circle and Central Park, with sweeping park and city views. The residences offer open floor plans, soaring ceilings, and Miele and Sub-Zero appliances. Bedrooms are spacious and the bathrooms and laundry rooms feature marble walls and flooring. Walk-in closets are vast. The unsurpassed luxury amenities package includes a separate entry to a fully-attended lobby, state-of-the-art fitness center, pool, and spa. 4-bedroom apartments begin at $80,000 per month. To request a viewing, click here.

15 CPW
Few luxury residential buildings have created such a stir in recent years as 15 Central Park West. The dual towers separated by a massive private courtyard in Lincoln Square are home to 202 residences of the utmost luxury. Each home offers spacious layouts, soaring ceilings, oak cabinetry, and large picture windows framing breathtaking Central Park views. 15 CPW offers an exquisite amenities package, including a state-of-the-art fitness center with 75 ft swimming pool, private wine cellars, library, and private screening room. 3-bedroom apartments begin at $46,000 per month. To request a viewing, click here.

808 Columbus Avenue
A new, multi-building luxury development spanning from 97th to 100th Street, 808 Columbus Avenue is a striking, ultra-modern, multi-use rental and retail building, and home to Whole Foods on its ground level. The residences at 808 Columbus Avenue offer spacious layouts, high ceilings, hardwood flooring, and oversized, floor-to-ceiling windows offer Central Park and city views. Gourmet kitchens feature stainless steel appliances, stone countertops, and custom walnut and glass cabinetry. The windowed baths have Kohler fixtures and marble vanities. Many residences offer in-unit washer/dryers. 808 Columbus Avenue offers an amenities package including 24-hour doorman and concierge, on-site parking, fitness center, children’s playroom, private lounge, green landscaped deck, and 70-ft saltwater pool. 4-bedroom apartments start at $17,700. To request a viewing, click here.

The Brewster
Located just off Central Park West, 21 West 86th Street is a luxuriously renovated rental building with ornate period finishings and a richly appointed Art Deco lobby. The residences feature high- end fixtures, finishes, and state-of-the-art appliances with the most innovate heating and cooling technology. White glove amenities at The Brewster include 24-hour concierge, rooftop garden with chaise lounges, outdoor barbecue and fireplace, children’s playroom, and pet spa. Penthouses begin at $21,000 per month. To request a viewing, click here.