|Area:||53,077,426 sq ft|
|Map:||Map of Upper West Side|
|Buildings:||855 rental buildings|
130 condo buildings
134 coop buildings
The Upper West Side is a large, densely populated, established neighborhood that combines proximity to Central Park with an extremely developed infrastructure for comfortable living: there are countless stores, restaurants, supermarkets, and services. In addition, Lincoln Center, in the southern portion of the neighborhood, is one of the country's top cultural centers.
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|$4,185||1-Bedroom at Columbus Square, 649 sq ft|
|$2,675||Studio at Sessanta|
|$2,725||Studio at Stonehenge 70|
|$3,900||1-Bedroom at Two Lincoln Square, 575 sq ft|
|$3,620||Studio at The Lyric|
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See our list of Upper West Side Co-op Apartment Buildings (134 buildings)
In contrast to its eastern counterpart, the Upper West Side is considerably more diverse (both in terms of its residents' income levels and race) and less "waspy", for lack of a better term.
Some parts of the neighborhood are extremely wealthy, most are upper-middle class, but there are also a few blocks (mostly in the northern section of the neighborhood) that are visibly poor.
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|rental statistics as of 07/Feb/2016.|