Brokerage opens West Side office.
The CPW Tower apartment complex, which spans more than three blocks and two avenues, is comprised of four, 20-story buildings, including The Vaux at 372 CPW; The Olmstead at 382 CPW; CPW Condo at 392; and 400 CPW. The Vaux in particular boasts a key location -- set directly across from the "All Saints Gate" entrance to Central Park.
"CPW Towers offers unmatched proximity to the park and the vibrant restaurants, shops and neighborhood culture of the Upper West Side," said Bob Scaglion, Director of Business Development for Citi Habitats. "CPW Towers are ideally suited to young professionals and those looking for a Manhattan pied a tiere. This is a rare opportunity to purchase an apartment on Central Park West for under one million dollars, just a dinosaur's footstep north of the Museum of Natural History."
"The Upper West Side has experienced robust residential growth recently," noted Andrew Heiberger, President and Chairman of Citi Habitats. "Our first on-site sales office at CPW Towers will be complemented by the opening of our eighth full service Citi Habitats brokerage office."
This office is the latest addition to Citi Habitats' growing network of brokers, which has quickly responded to the remarkable residential activity on the Upper West Side. Citi Habitats' eighth office in six years, located at 465 Columbus Avenue between.
81st and 82nd Street, set to open in early September, will provide professional real estate services to a growing tenant pool of young professionals, families and Corporate Relocation clients.
The office is set to house next-generation communications and Internet equipment and will be staffed by 38 real estate agents and two managers.
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|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Sep 6, 2000|
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