News


The Reel

Follow us:

A blog for breaking sales and neighborhood real estate news.

Cushman & Wakefield has been retained on an exclusive basis by Mount Sinai St. Luke's to sell the fee position of an apartment building at 1080 Amsterdam Avenue.  The property, located on the corner of Amsterdam Avenue and West 113th Street on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, is subject to a 99-year net lease.  Ownership is requesting proposals for the fee position.

The 20-story pre-war apartment building contains approximately 82,250 square feet and was leased in 2012 to a partnership of SL Green and Stonehenge, who have since completed a full gut-renovation of the entire property.  Constructed circa 1932, the building features approximately 140’ of combined frontage and stands at nearly 200’ tall making it the tallest multifamily building in the area.  It receives excellent light due to its southern exposure and offers stunning views of Midtown Manhattan, the Hudson River, and points east overlooking Morningside and Central Parks.

"As the fee owners of 1080 Amsterdam Avenue, Mount Sinai looks forward to a successful transaction negotiated by Cushman & Wakefield, the proceeds of which we plan to use to further enhance the quality health care services offered by Mount Sinai St. Luke's," said Tom Ahn, Vice President of the Real Estate Division, Mount Sinai Health System.

Click here for listing details

Click here for press release

Neighborhoods: Upper West Side/ Corporates: Paul Massey Jr.