New York City has a grand architectural tradition in both its public and private spaces. From Fraunces Tavern (built in 1719) and St. Paul’s Chapel (built in 1764) to the modern masterpieces even now under construction, New Yorkers have a passion and love of architecture. These residences are often a retreat from the city that never sleeps, a place to rest, relax, and appreciate. These buildings are worth preserving and bringing a landmark building into the modern era helps to preserve these treasures for future generations.
A Building and Neighborhood with a Story
Finding a Pre-War (built before 1941) condos for sale is a real estate feat. These beautiful residences are highly sought-after for the light and airy rooms, numerous windows, family-friendly space, and are sometimes snapped up within a few days of listing. The apartments at 360 Central Park West are no different. The Upper West Side building is a landmark 1929 designed by Architect Rosario Candela, lauded by Architectural Digest as the man who made the dream of New York possible with his stunning Manhattan co-ops that grace the Upper East Side, Upper West Side, Sutton Place, Park Avenue, and Fifth Avenue.
Live the Dream of New York
360 Central Park West is a stunning renovation of one of New York’s crown jewels of residential architecture into exquisite condos for sale. Coffered ceilings, herringbone hardwood floors, crown moldings, and double hung windows subtly set the Pre-War origins, while modern kitchens, baths, and amenities firmly anchor the residences into the 21st Century. Across the street from Central Park, and steps away from excellent schools and playgrounds for family fun, nightlife, and culture for the grown-ups, this historic building offers all the best of New York, and at the same time, a haven and home to her residents.
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