250 West 90th Street

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250 West 90th Street
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General information
Type Condominium
Address 250 West 90th Street
Town or city New York, NY
Country United States
Construction started 2010
Completed 2010
Technical details
Structural system Skyscraper
Floor count 22
Design and construction
Architecture firm Philip Birnbaum & Associates

250 West 90th Street is a New York City apartment building located at Broadway and West 90th Street in New York City.

The 22-story brick building was designed by architects and Philip Birnbaum & Associates for real estate developers Harvey Schulweis and Bill P. Nikolis.[1]

The building occupies the site of the 1914 Standard Theater, Thomas W. Lamb, it was in use as a supermarket before being razed to construct the present condominium tower.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b [1] The New West; 250 West 90th Street, Carter B. Horsley, Upper West Side Book.

Coordinates: 40°47′28″N 73°58′31″W / 40.79110°N 73.97537°W / 40.79110; -73.97537