The West End neighborhood is one of Manhattan's most beautiful and quiet residential neighborhoods.The majority of buildings along West End Avenue are architecturally distinctive pre-war coops. West End Avenue has the longest stretch of pre-war architecture and ambience in Manhattan.
From neo Renaissance to Art Deco, West End Avenue has stretches of late nineteenth century town houses and several churches and synagogues, but it is almost entirely made up of handsome residential buildings built in the first decades of the twentieth century.
The near total absence of retail on the street marks its quiet, residential character just one block from the hustle and buzz of Broadway.
The West End Preservation Society, is actively seeking to designate the legnth of West End Avenue from 70th Street to 107th Street a historic district.Both sides of the avenue from West 87th to West 94th Streets are already designated in the Riverside-West End Historic Distric.
There have only been a couple of new buildings constructed on West End Avenue in the past 50 years.
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