The South Pierre is a gorgeous pre-war rental apartment building located on the Upper West Side. The South Pierre towers above 71st Street, just steps away from Central Park and Riverside Park, as well as a variety of entertainment and dining options such as Fairway Market. The South Pierre is a no fee building and offers a doorman, concierge, bike room and laundry on site. The South Pierre offers studio and one bedroom layouts.
Units and Pricing
There are currently two available units for rent at the West Pierre, both of which are one bedroom apartments listed for $2,500/month. Previous rental listings, of which there are 60, ranged from $1,400/month to $2,650/month. The average price per square foot at The Pierre is $48, a good deal higher than it’s northernly neighbor, The West Pierre (which is located on 72nd Street between Broadway and West End).
Features and Amenities
The South Pierre offers studio and one bedroom apartments. Residents enjoy free wi-fi, a pet friendly location, a bicycle storage room, concierge and doorman, and laundry facilities on site.
The South Pierre is located on the positively picturesque Upper West Side, at 71nd Street between Broadway and Columbus. Just steps away from the building, you’ll find Central Park, Riverside Park, Fairway Market, Loehmann’s, Urban Outfitters, banks, Starbucks – you name it, the Upper West Side has it. Whether you’re looking to take the family on a picnic or go for a night out with the girls, The South Pierre’s surrounding attractions have something to offer you.
Why You Would Want to Live Here
The South Pierre is perfect for young professionals who aren’t looking for tons of space or tons of amenities. Everyone knows that New York is all about location, location, location – and The South Pierre has it. You couldn’t ask for a more perfect location than 71st and Broadway. You’re just a block away from the 1,2,3 train, and steps from your door you’ll find a bevy of dining and entertainment options, including Central Park, Riverside Park, Fairway Market, Loehmann’s, Urban Outfitters, banks, Starbucks – you name it, the Upper West Side has it.