FEATURED: CENTRAL PARK SOUTH
Welcome to my neighborhood.
From Fifth Avenue, anchored by The Plaza, to Columbus Circle's incredible Time Warner Center,
let me be your guide and advisor.
"I live, I breathe, I am Central Park South" – Esther
Click on any address below to start your property search:
1 Central Park South (also known as 768 Fifth Avenue)
The Plaza – For those who enjoy luxury and legend – and being steps from Central Park – The Plaza is “simply irresistible.”
50 Central Park South (Southeast corner of 6th Avenue)
The Residences at the Ritz Carlton – The Residences at the Ritz Carlton have their own entrance and concierge as well as all luxury hotel services included La Prairie Spa, business center, private car service, maid service, and catering. The building is pet-friendly.
120 Central Park South (between 6th and 7th Avenues)
Berkeley House – With the elegant stores of Fifth Avenue and the boutiques of Madison nearby to the east and the varied attractions of the Lincoln Center district a few blocks away to the west, this location is now very prime.
128 Central Park South (between 6th and 7th Avenues)
This Italian-Renaissance-palazzo-style building has good-size apartments and great vistas of Central Park and the skylines of Upper Fifth Avenue and Central Park West.
150 Central Park South (between 6th and 7th Avenues)
The Hampshire House – One of the city’s great skyline buildings even though it has been dwarfed by some towers on 57th Street, the Hampshire House is noted for its spectacular, steeply-pitched copper roof with two tall chimneys.
160 Central Park South (between 6th and 7th Avenues)
The J.W. Marriott Essex House – The stunning vistas that J.W. Marriott Essex House has of Central Park, Fifth Avenue and Central Park West are matched by an extremely impressive and large lobby that is adjacent to a large and handsome restaurant. Residents can access all of the luxury hotel’s services. This is definitely a prime location, very close to many of Manhattan’s glories such as Carnegie Hall and Bergdorf Goodman.
200 Central Park South (Southwest corner of 7th Avenue)
This 35-story beige-brick tower is one of the most distinctive in the city with its broadly curved corner and continuous bands of balconies in its 21-story base. It commands spectacular views of Central Park and the curved façade permits more apartments to have park views.
210 Central Park South (between 7th Avenue and Broadway)
While there are many buildings with unobstructed views of Central Park, few take as much advantage of them as this 23-story apartment tower.
Although it is overshadowed by many of its taller neighbors along Central Park South, this building has the highest fenestration ratio: its north wall is virtually all windows.
230 Central Park South (between 7th Avenue and Broadway)
Southmoor House – This attractive, 17-story apartment building is a condop with a one-story limestone base and a two-story limestone entrance surround, an entrance marquee.
25 Columbus Circle (between West 58th and West 60th Streets)
TIme Warner Center – This is a very large, twin-towered, mixed-use building, anchoring the southwest corner of Central Park and dominates Columbus Circle. 25 Columbus Circle is known as the South Tower of the Time Warner Center and contains luxury residences with stunning views of the Manhattan skyline.
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