The Regent is an Upper West Side building located on 60th Street in Lincoln Center. The Regent is also close to the Time Warner Center, and Columbus Avenue. An elegant entrance opens to a soaring 2-story lobby. Wide, beautifully appointed, warmly lighted corridors lead to custom-designed apartment entrances. All one, two, and three-bedroom apartments are unusually large and gracious. The Regent offers a landscaped rooftop terrace, a gorgeous two story lobby, children’s playroom and more.
Units and Pricing
There are currently six available units at The Regent, ranging in price from $3,395 to $5,095/month. One bedrooms start at $3,395 and go up to $3,995/month; two bedrooms start at $4,995 and go up to $5,095/month. The median rental price for the active rental listings is $3,945/month; while the 183 previous rental listings averaged $78/square foot.
Features and Amenities
Homes at The Regent are large and spacious, boasting large master bedrooms, hardwood floors, kitchens with granite countertops and white on white appliances, as well as bathrooms outfitted with marble. Amenities include a fitness center, landscaped rooftop deck, children’s playroom, a 24-hour doorman and concierge in the two story lobby, and a 24-hour attended lobby on premises.
The Upper West Side is one of New York’s most vibrant, desirable and family-friendly neighborhoods. Amid tree-lined streets and landmark buildings, an eclectic mix of restaurants and outdoor cafes invite you to linger, museums and galleries enliven your imagination, and Lincoln Center, the Beacon Theater and other nearby venues offer endless entertainment options. A cook’s (or take-out fancier’s) dream, the neighborhood is virtually unrivalled for gourmet groceries such as Zabar’s, Fairway and Citarella. For some rest and relaxation, you can’t beat the city’s legendary urban oasis, Central Park, just steps away.
Why You Would Want to Live Here
The Lincoln Center location of The Regent is unbeatable, from eateries and shopping to transportation and entertainment. The apartments are large and light-filled with updated kitchens and baths. You’ll never lack for something to do on the Upper West Side, and Central Park is just a few blocks away. Grand Tier is a gorgeous, well-maintained building with spacious residences and great amenities.