Owner Occupied 84-unit Coop
The Schuyler Arms is a cooperative ("Co-op") apartment building owned by the Schuyler Arms Tenants Corporation, in the heart of the Upper West Side area and offers secure quiet living. We are three short blocks from the subway and a 10-minute ride from 42nd Street. We are a full-service building with 24 hour door staff and a live-in superintendent.
We are located on a very quiet non-commercial side street, one half-block from Riverside Park. The Co-op was formed in 1981 by combining three buildings, one on 98th street, and two on 99th street. The main entrance is on 98th street with an alternate shareholder-only entrance on 99th street.
Diverse Group of Shareholders
Our shareholders consist of a community much like the population of the Upper West Side. We encourage diversity, and of course are subject to the occasional Baby Carriage Grid Lock Alert. Our only requirements to become a shareholder are financial stability and respect for your neighbors.
Originally built as a hotel in 1903 (see history page), The Schuyler Arms became a co-op in 1981. We are 100% shareholder owned and occupied. Our building is in superb structural and financial condition. Our shareholders are represented by the Board of Directors and determine our own destiny of cooperative living ensuring our building's prosperity.
Financially Responsible Leadership
The Co-op Board is composed of seven shareholders who manage long term planning and the reserve fund. Our reserve fund is managed in a financially prudent manner with a professional money manager. Shareholder input is encouraged with at least two all-shareholder meetings a year, and more if necessary.
No we are not named after
General Philip Schuyler
We are named after
Magdalen C. Schuyler
(see history page)