“This app is your personal tour guide, offering information and insights on West Side buildings and blocks from a uniquely local perspective.” — LW! App Fan
|IMAGE: The southern tower of the San Remo Apartments, as seen from Central Park. 145-146 Central Park West, b/w W. 74th & W. 75th Sts. Built: 1929-1930. Architect: Emery Roth
|There’s less than a week until Labor Day brings Summer 2012 to an unofficial close. Don’t let the season end without exploring the rich history of our Upper West Side neighborhood! Let LW’s FREE iPhone walking tour app be your handheld guide to all the “Fun Facts” and “Did you know” details you never knew!
It’s New and Improved!
LW! has worked out the kinks (you wrote us; we listened!) and relaunched its free Upper West Side walking tour iPhone app.
Designed by local experts for people of all ages and interests, LW’s walking tour app is an innovative way to explore the architecture and history of one of New York City’s most beloved and vibrant neighborhoods. Meant to appeal to a wide rage of users from residents to visitors to the city, families, and armchair travelers, the free app tour highlights 35 landmark locations including the legendary Dakota Apartments, Beacon Theatre, Ansonia Hotel and Central Park. Each location features intriguing facts and striking photographs that tell the story of the Upper West Side’s development since the 19th century.
Preview the LW! app by visiting our blog!
To accompany the relaunched LW! app, we have created a user-friendly blog that highlights the features and tools found within the app, along with prominent sites and architects highlighted along the tour. See something you like and want more? Visit iTunes to download the LW! app and explore the neighborhood! Don’t have time to explore the neighborhood on foot? You’re in luck! Use the app from the comfort of your home to take a virtual walking tour.
“This app is a great way to see New York City’s Upper West Side. I downloaded it at home, learned about some of the interesting locations and checked out a few stops on the walking tour. It’s great for people visiting the city AND for people who have lived there their entire lives.”
“Wonderful way to experience NYC architecture!”