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UWS Conversion Debuts With Large Family-Friendly Condos

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Name and location: The Orleans at 100 West 80th Street
Developer: Owners David Sterling and Nora Lavori
Size: 10 stories, 25 four- and five-bedroom units
Price: Currently starting at $4,624,200
Sales and Marketing: Halstead

The Orleans is unique in a lot of ways. At 115-years-old, the 10-story Beaux Arts building is the second oldest tall building on the Upper West Side, and it's gone through several iterations. First it was a hotel, then an apartment-hotel, next a Columbia student residence, until finally it was purchased by a now-divorced couple who live in separate penthouses. They've renovated and combined the rental apartments twice, turning 120 apartments into 48, then turning 48 into 25. As such, the units are large four- and five-bedrooms, which were first offered for sale to current tenants. Now the first public listings have gone live. A 4BR/3BA is listed for $4,624,200, and a 5BR/4BA is asking $5,805,800. Homes have 10-foot ceilings, fireplaces, and new open kitchens.

· Beaux Arts condo conversion in UWS enters the market [BBH]
· The Orleans [official]
· Listings: 100 West 80th Street [Halstead via StreetEasy]
· Upper West Side Rental Plans Low Key Condo Conversion [Curbed]