501 West 110th, located between Broadway and Amsterdam, is one of Morningside Heights' most sought-after rental properties. This architectural beauty was constructed in 1910 and is situated in the "Academic Acropolis of New York," which boasts iconic institutions such as Columbia University, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Manhattan School of Music, and Riverside Church. George Gershwin, its most famous resident, lived in this building from 1920 - 1925, during which he composed his most seminal piece Rhapsody in Blue (1924). Only steps away from Morningside Park, Central Park and Riverside Park and is readily accessible to the 1, 2, 3, B, and C subway lines. Amenities include elevator access, laundry and a live-in super, which make 501 West 110th Street a residence of comfort and convenience.