101 Central Park West was built in 1930 and designed by Schwartz & Gross architects this prestigious white-glove Prewar Co-Op occupies an entire block facing Central Park West. The façade is red brick with a 2-story limestone base with distinguished pilasters that grace the lobby entrance and stunning bronze doors which leads to a handsome marble lobby.
The building consists of 96 units all built on a grand scale, with layouts ranging from six to nine room residences. The homes are adorned with wonderful Prewar details such as large entry foyers, high beamed ceilings, wood burning fireplaces, large kitchens with butlers pantries, and oversized living and dining areas ideal for gracious entertaining. Several of the top floor apartments have terraces. The building amenities include full time doormen, concierge, and two separate elevator wings with elevator operators, fitness room, and private storage, and a central laundry room.