128 Central Park South is an elegantly-designed pre-war structure standing 16 stories tall. This mid-rise building is situated in the heart of Manhattan's midtown West, between 6th and 7th avenues. This grandeur is infused into each of the 56 units, thereby preserving a classic look while simultaneously providing modern conveniences.
All of the apartments offer comfortable living areas, from the living rooms to the bedrooms. Most of the spaces in the rooms are substantial, providing an abundance of exposures through the oversized windows. The living room and bedroom both offer oversized windows, along with beamed ceilings, original crown moldings, and hardwood floors. The focus of attention in the apartments are the wood-burning fireplaces, accompanied by the originally hand-carved grand mantelpieces.
The eat-in kitchens are also windowed and have Caesar stone counter tops, gloss lacquer cabinetry, dishwashers, and other stainless steel appliances. The marble bathrooms have polished chrome fixtures, glass showers, deep tubs, and other vanity add-ons. The apartments in general provide generous storage spaces, such as laundry closets and walk-in closets. There are also stacked washer-and-dryers in each unit.
The building is a full-service establishment, staffed with a doorman and a live-in superintendent. Other amenities include a fitness center, roof deck, laundry room, and private storage spaces. Situated so close to midtown, shopping centers, boutiques, restaurants, and landmarks are easily accessible to residents. Means of public transportation are also within easy reach.