Situated at 110 Central Park South, The InterContinental has a prime Midtown location that few NYC condos can match. The views to the north from this building are breathtaking as you are perched squarely in the middle of Central Park overlooking the stately buildings lining Fifth Avenue and Central Park West, as well as Central Park itself.
Located opposite Central Park at 160 Central Park South, Essex House is one of the New York’s premier hotels. It is now proud to offer a range of one, two and three bedroom apartments for sale- all with full use of its five-star facilities. Many of Manhattan’s premier condominiums have access to superlative amenities but nothing quite compares to the luxury afforded by living within one of the world’s best hotels. Designed by iconic New York architect, Costas Kondylis, the apartments are every bit as luxurious as the hotel within which they reside. All apartments boast floor-to-ceiling windows with majestic views out across the adjacent Central Park, ornate French doors and superior fittings. In keeping with renovations of pre-war residences, the apartments benefit from a sense of space and elegance which is often missing in new builds. Nothing demonstrates this better than the 9 feet high coffered ceilings- some of the most exquisite in the entire city. Residents benefit from all the services which are on offer to guests at the hotel. These include a fully equipped fitness centre, business facilities, conference room, valet parking, concierge, masseuse and 24-hour doorman. For a real sense of luxury residents also have full use of room service and house keeping.
The highly anticipated development, One 57, launched sales in November 2011 and opened its doors in 2014. One 57 is a 90-story all glass condominium and hotel tower at 157 West 57th Street, across from Carnegie Hall, that boasts spectacular views of Central Park. One57 lies on West 57th Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues, a location that essentially bisects the park, creating unprecedented symmetrical sky-high views north to Central Park. Such views are an incredible feature of the building. The 1,005 foot glass tower was designed by French architect Christian Portzemparc with interiors by Thomas Jul Hansen.
The Plaza Residences, located in the prime Midtown location of 1 Central Park South, offer an opportunity to live in one of Manhattan’s most majestic buildings. Its glorious pre-war aesthetics have been cleverly combined with the best in modern design to provide a unique residential opportunity. Residents also benefit from the many services on offer at the five-star Plaza Hotel- many of them accessible from an innovative in-room control panel. All apartments are as sumptuously decorated as one would expect from such a grand residence, with furnishings provided by the Versace Home Collections. The romance of old New York is elegantly captured through high ceilings, ornate walnut bordered parquet flooring and classic window frames. Nero Marquina stone countertops and Calacatta marble splash backs are used to produce some of the most breathtaking kitchens in Manhattan- all offset by the latest, top-of-the-range appliances. The romance of the Plaza Hotel is weaved throughout the residences in the ornate flooring which echoes the mosaic of the iconic Plaza lobby and is further enhanced by specially commissioned fixtures and fittings adorned with the infamous Plaza insignia. All residences are also equipped with a state-of-the-art one-touch control pane which allows them to access and control a whole range of different features. As well as adjusting lighting and heating, it allows residents to communicate directly with concierge and security, granting access to the many services which are on offer at the Plaza Hotel with the simple push of a button.
Former home to the landmark St. Moritz Hotel, 50 Central Park South commands unrivaled views from the very midpoint of this celebrated New York street. The twelve exclusive residences have been designed to endow each principal room with panoramic Central Park views, framed on either side by the mansions of Fifth Avenue and Central Park West.