The Alwyn Court

180 W 58TH ST

Harde and Short
Active Listings
2 Active Sales
Unit Beds Baths Sq Ft Price
APT 8F 1 BED 1 BATHS N/A $1,250,000
APT 11B 1 BED 1 BATHS N/A $1,595,000

Building Description

Situated a block away from Central Park, the historic Alwyn Court has one of the most striking façades of any co-op in Midtown West. The original pre-war façade was completed in a French Renaissance style in 1910 and has been fully restored. There is also a large trompe l'œil mural that was painted in the building's central courtyard. The 74 apartments at The Alwyn Court still retain the original charm that they had when they were designed by famed architects Harde & Short. Oversized windows provide ample light which shines down on the apartments' beautiful hardwood floors. The kitchens in many of the apartments have been fully customized with high-end appliances from Gaggenau, Sub-Zero, and GE as well as quartz countertops. King-sized master suites have a spacious walk-in closet. There is also custom millwork throughout every unit. Aside from its famous address at 180 West 58th Street, The Alwyn Court provides residents with many amenities to take advantage of. The full-time doorman will welcome residents and guests thought The Alwyn Court's beautiful wrought-iron doors and into its elegant lobby. From there, residents can either go up to their co-op apartments that have views of Central Park or enter into the building's atrium. The Alwyn Court is a pet-friendly co-op, something that is seemingly becoming rarer and rarer. There also has additional storage space if it is needed. Living in a historic building with incredibly luxurious right by Manhattan's most famous park is reason enough for many people to choose to live at The Alwyn Court.

Building Amenities

  • common storage room
  • courtyard
  • doorman
  • elevator
  • laundry
  • pied-a-terre allowed
  • storage room
  • washer/dryer allowed
Harde and Short
Active Listings
2 Active Sales


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57th Street & 7th Avenue (1 min walk)

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57th Street & Avenue of the Americas (2 min walk)

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59th Street & Columbus Circle (4 min walk)

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