An innovative luxury building built in 1941, 240 Central Park South is a pre-war high-rise that sits across the street from Columbus Circle and Central Park. Noted for being the first apartment building to make extensive use of private balconies, 240 Central Park South was landmarked by the city of New York in 2002 and has a fully restored orange-beige exterior and renovated green roof. 240 Central Park South also has a landscaped courtyard, a canopied entrance, and excellent views of the park, not to mention all of the luxuries that one would expect based on its prestigious address.
The 321 studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom luxury apartments in 240 Central Park South were designed in the pre-war style of large rooms and oversized windows. Due to 240 Central Park South’s distinctive horseshoe building design, most of these luxury apartments have balconies, corner windows, and exposures facing more than one direction. Some even have wood-burning fireplaces. 240 Central Park South features a doorman, a landscaped roof-deck, and an ideal location in Manhattan’s highly exclusive Central Park South neighborhood.