"DESCRIPTIONSituated at the center of a row of historic, single-family homes, 144 West 73rd Street is a20'-wide, five-story townhouse ready to be renovated into your deluxe, single-familyelevator mansion. This classic, Queen Anne brownstone can be delivered vacant. Bringyour architect, and get started right away. Stop just dreaming of owning a single-familymansion on Manhattan's coveted West 70s, and start designing your custom home!Over the past few decades, Manhattan townhouse ownership has become synonymous withluxury. The city's elite have moved uptown, abandoning the circa-2000 dream of aTribeca loft for a higher ideal: a six-story, single-family elevator mansion with at least 20feet of width. Since Manhattan townhouses with this width are a limited commodity,those who are lucky enough to have this opportunity are few and far between.Now is the time for you to create one of these rare residences at 144 West 73rd Street. Ithas 20 feet of width, and enough FAR to allow for an 8,000-square-foot total interior, notincluding below-grade space. (Pending zoning and landmarks regulations; consult yourarchitect.) It is perfectly situated among finished, single-family townhouses. Best of all, itsits on West 73rd Street, one of the most desirable townhouse blocks on the Upper WestSide.Finished, 20-foot, single-family elevator townhouses nearby have broken price records overthe past few years. The West 70s, in particular, have proven themselves to top the categoryof ""location, location, location."" Finished homes on these blocks, including 22 West 75thStreet, 47 West 70th Street, and 26 West 76th Street, all grazed the $20 million mark inthe past few years. 144 West 73rd Street is poised to be next on that list. Since there ispotential for a sale price near $20 million, even after a $3.5 million luxury renovation, you will still be positioned to potentially make millions upon resale.THE LOCATIONThe Upper West Side is a major intellectual, artistic, and cultural center of Manhattan.Stretching from Central Park West to Riverside Boulevard, and from 59th Street to 110thStreet, the Upper West Side famous for being the preferred home of artists, celebrities, andwell-known personalities, like Jerry Seinfeld, Itzhak Perlman, Yoko Ono and Bono, amonghundreds more.Why do the most illustrious artists and entertainers in the world choose to call the UpperWest Side home? Simply because the neighborhood offers the best of everything. Not onlydoes it rival the Upper East Side when it comes to natural amenities (in addition tocelebrated Central Park, the West Side also boasts Riverside Park, a four-mile stretch ofidyllic greenery with breathtaking Hudson River views, and Morningside Park, a thirteenblocksanctuary complete with sheer cliffs and waterfalls) but the Upper West Side offersmore world-class cultural and musical events than any other neighborhood in the UnitedStates. Music-lovers can hear the most famous musicians."