Designed by the architectural firm of Gronenberg and Leuchtag in 1928-1929 and located on Riverside Drive and 83rd Street, 110 Riverside Drive is one of the most sought-after pre-war buildings on the upper West Side. Apartment 3A is a beautifully renovated, sun filled, eight-room apartment with wonderful seasonal views of the Hudson River as well as the neighboring historic townhouses and Riverside Park. One enters this gracious home from a semi-private vestibule, shared by only one other tenant, into a large foyer leading to the elegant south-facing living room and formal dining room, both with Park/River views. Sliding glass pocket doors separate the dining room from the inviting eat-in kitchen with black granite counter tops, a Wolf six-burner stove, a wine fridge, a dishwasher, and a Sub-Zero refrigerator. Next door to the kitchen is the large and flexible all-purpose media room off of which is access to the fourth bedroom and full bath, a windowed laundry room, an office and the service entrance. Returning to the front door, immediately off the entrance foyer, is a long corridor leading to the three main bedrooms. Each is of generous size with direct Park views and has ample closets as well as access to its own bathroom. The large and unusually memorable primary bedroom is of trapezoidal shape with three large closets and a fabulous corner exposure facing south and west. Its spacious, en suite, stone-tiled bathroom has a large window, ceramic bathtub and a separate shower stall. 110 Riverside Drive, once the home of Babe Ruth, is a full service, white glove building with an impressive Jacobean style lobby, a fitness center, a playroom, a bike room, a laundry and private storage units. Pet friendly. Pied a terres are not permitted.