An outstanding 4 bedroom condominium home on the 28th floor of the highly desirable, Robert A. M. Stern designed 15 Central Park West tower.
This home has been elegantly renovated home, elevating its level of luxury. Upon entering the formal foyer one is greeted with breathtaking views over Central Park and the East side. The living room, dining room and library feature elegant proportions and flexible design allowing for large scale entertaining or more intimate gatherings.
The crisp and modern white kitchen has been equipped with Wolf and SubZero appliances. The private quarters of this home are located in the west wing of the apartment and all have open views over the Upper West Side.
The master suite accommodates a private sitting area. The property also boasts eleven-foot-high ceilings throughout, creating a more spacious atmosphere. 15 Central Park West has un-paralleled amenities. There's an exclusive restaurant for residents only, a 14,000 square foot fitness facility, a large swimming pool lit with natural light, conference facilities, screening room and parking.
Nestled between Riverside and Central Park, the Upper West Side is one of the greenest parts of Manhattan. It is also known for popular attractions such as the Natural History Museum and Lincoln Center, but relaxed bistros and a lively bar scene defy expectations in this sparkling and cozy uptown neighborhood.
Upper West Side:
The areas above 59th Street to the west and east of Central Park offer penthouses on Park Avenue and Central Park West and grand townhouses and brownstones that are among the most coveted in the city. Lower Manhattan and Midtown might be the trendier and more youthful choice but for old school glamour, the great and good head Uptown.
The Upper West Side has a longstanding reputation for attracting the the likes of artists, professors, filmmakers and writers, all of whom have helped it develop into an urban oasis for intellectual curiosity.
A little more relaxed than the Upper East Side, the Upper West Side considers itself more hip and alternative yet still with the wonders of Central Park outside the front door. On both sides property prices are high and escalate sharply for those much-prized views over the park.
Today, the Upper West Side is a popular place to live due to spacious real-estate options and great schools amongst other things. Although mostly known for its beautiful homes, the Upper West Side caters to just about everybody.
There's ample green space on the Upper West Side with both Central Park and Riverside Park. In Central Park, Strawberry Fields, the Great Lawn, and Sheep Meadow are all spectacular during the spring.
The Upper West Side is home to some of the greatest cultural institutions the city has to offer. Lincoln Center hosts the New York City Ballet, The New York Philharmonic Orchestra and a number of other performing arts programs. The American Museum of Natural History located in a pocket of Central Park has over 45 exhibits and scientific collections, as well as a planetarium and library.
The Upper West Side is also a destination for fine dining, with renowned restaurants like Jean Georges and Per Se.
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