The Corner – 200 West 72nd

The Corner is a luxury apartment rental building located in Lincoln Square on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. The building offers 196 luxury rental units and five floors of retail space. Completed in 2010, it was designed by Handel Architects and development by the Gotham Organization.¬†All apartments are spacious and sunlit, and range in size from one to three bedroom homes. Each offers a washer/dryer and tons of closet space. The Corner boasts a fitness center, concierge and doorman, a children’s playroom, rooftop terrace with an area for BBQs, a sundeck and screening area, cold storage and bicycle storage and a resident’s lounge.

Units and Availability

There are currently only three available units at The Corner. Given that the building just opened in 2010, this is a testament to The Corner’s popularity. The units available fall into each size category. A one bedroom is listed for $5,045/month; a two bedroom goes for $12,100/month while a three bedroom is priced at a staggering $17,950/month. The average price per square foot at The Corner is $71.

Features and Amenities

Apartments at The Corner have Sub-Zero refrigerators, Eco-logic stone countertops and Liebherr and GE appliances. All units have washer/dryers. Amenities include a fitness center, a 24-hour concierge and doorman, a children’s playroom, a rooftop terrace with misting wall, a BBQ area a bar, sundeck, screening area, cold storage, bicycle storage, a leisure terrace and a resident’s only lounge. The bottom retail floors of the building will boast a soon-to-be-created Trader Joe’s, among other things.


The Corner is located on West 72nd Street, right across from the 1/2/3 trains at 72nd Street. It is a block south of Verdi Square and two blocks south of the historical landmark building, The Ansonia. The Corner offers a bevy of locational amenities, including Fairway Market, Citarella, Starbucks, Pinkberry, Urban Outfitters, Loehmann’s – the list goes on and on!

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Apartments at The Corner are pricey, but you get what you pay for – in this case, it’s gorgeous apartments and great amenities, as well as an even better location. They say that New York is all about location, and the corner of 72nd and Broadway might just be the best location in all of uptown New York.