Central Park Place Apartments for Sale and Rent
About Central Park Place
Central Park Place is a 56-floor residential high rise in the Midtown neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. The building is at 301 W 57th St south of the Columbus Circle on the southwestern edge of Central Park. Central Park Place stands 628 feet and is divided between two buildings. The first six floors is a commercial building while the residential tower is 55 floors. The building was built during the 80’s with a variety of floor designs for residential units including studio-type units, one bedroom to 3-bedroom units, and penthouse apartments. Some of the units have been purchased and remodeled to combine multiple units into one. Real Estate properties in the building available for purchase vary in price and furnishings, and if you’re interested in buying a home in Central Park Place, our team would be happy to help.
Amenities at Central Park Place
Central Park Place offers exceptional amenities that residents will enjoy. The condominium has a full-service team that helps manage the daily operation of the condo including a live-in Superintendent. Residents can also enjoy facilities like the indoor pool and sauna, a fully equipped gym, and an outdoor terrace that is pet-friendly. There are available guest suites for rent in case you have company, while the Olmstead Club provides private lounge area with function rooms where you can host parties or events. Other facilities include storage units, bike storage, and laundry areas. The building has several commercial establishments at the lower floor, with several stores, restaurants, and cafes found at the surrounding area. Residents are also very close to Central Park where they can enjoy a wonderful day out and visit several of the park’s destinations including the Central Park Zoo and Central Park Carousel.
Schools close to the Central Park Place are Saint Thomas Choir School, Park West High School, Abraham Joshua Heschel High School, and many more. The Midtown neighborhood has several public, private, religious, and higher learning educational institutions including several colleges and business schools. If you are moving into the building with your children, you can choose from a good number of schools that serve residents in the community.