Bring your architect! Located a stone's throw from Central Park, this 19'-wide, elevatored brownstone is ideal for single-family conversion. 4 West 90th Street was constructed in 1889 and designed by the architect Gilbert A. Schellenger in the Queen Anne and Romanesque Revival styles. The building is currently configured as 10 rental units which can be delivered vacant and features an elevator and a south-facing garden, spread across seven stories and over 9,300 square feet of total interior space. The building has undergone a substantial facade renovation. Because of its width, and proximity to the park, the property presents a perfect opportunity for conversion to single-family use. A zoning analysis was completed, which established the ability to transform the space into an impressive 10,200 s.f. mansion with an elevator. 4 West 90th Street is situated on a tree-lined block steps to Central Park and in close proximity to top schools, excellent restaurants and retail, and cultural institutions. Given its prime location, the opportunity and flexibility offered is unparalleled.