351 Riverside Drive
Upper West Side, Manhattan
$13,500,000 | 12 Bedrooms | 11 Bathrooms | Approx. 12,000 sq. ft.
This magnificent mansion, built in 1909 by William Tuthill, the architect who designed Carnegie Hall, is currently the only free-standing single-family mansion in Manhattan. Commissioned by Morris Schinasi, a Turkish tobacco baron, the Schinasi Mansion is an exquisite French Renaissance jewel box executed in pristine white marble, boasting deep green roof tiles and bronze grills on the balconies and at the main entrance. The building is 41’ wide and 73’ deep, surrounded by private grounds, and located on a corner lot overlooking the Hudson River.
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lol but come on how would you ever find your cats.
Sure, $13.5 million SOUNDS like a lot, but considering the asking price was $31 million in 2006, it’s a pretty damn good deal. If you’re in the position to put 20 percent down, your monthly payments would work out to just around $51,305. Please tell your friends!
On Friday, the New York Times ran a classically tunnel visioned New York Times feature, about what it means to be middle class in Manhattan. The Times would have you believe that to live in the Apple, you’re going to need about $235K a year to just hit that modest goal.
If you are defining…
Trenchant. What makes the NYT article that she cites even more problematic is that ran in the Real Estate section, where the emphasis is on upmarket, and there’s little journalistic examination of how the other 90 percent live. A real blind spot for the paper of record.