15 Central Park West is a recently-built luxury condominium building standing across from Manhattan’s Lincoln Square. The exterior was designed by Robert A. Stern with a classic pre-war architectural style, however the 158 units within have thoroughly modern interiors. The task of matching the breathtaking views with living spaces worthy of their stature has been unquestionably achieved with elegant landscaping around the common areas and a long list of outstanding perks for its residents.
The apartments within each have the requisite hardwood floors, high ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Aside from these, the attention given to spaciousness is notable. There are walk-in closets, terraces, and eat-in kitchens. Each unit also has stack-able washer/dryer combinations and self-controlled radiant heating and cooling systems. The kitchens are luxuriously outfitted with the latest top-brand stainless steel appliances, dishwashers, wood cabinetry with lighting underneath, granite countertops with glass tile back-splashes, kitchen islands, and their own wine chillers. There are powder rooms with vanities and oversized mirrors. The marble bathrooms contain dual sinks, glass rain-showers, deep tubs and polished chrome fixtures. Pets will enjoy the building’s pets allowed policy, and sublets/pied-à-terre usage policies are also liberal.
The long and sophisticated list of building amenities also reflects the high standards for living in this incredible mid-rise residential structure. In addition to the standard 24-hour concierge, doorman, storage, package room, additional laundry facilities, and valet service, 15 Central Park West offers two lobby entrances, a landscaped garden, courtyard, driveway, and-yes-its own parking facilities. The 14-foot fitness center and spa proudly feature a 75-foot pool, sauna, and steam room for clearing away the cares of the day and keeping fit. There is a twenty-seat private screening room, a lounge, a library, a conference room, and a children’s playroom. All of the features of a comfortable and richly-lived life have been thoughtfully provided.
And off the premises a mecca of city life awaits. The neighborhood is dotted with grand examples of architecture as well as a myriad of opportunities for shopping, dining, entertainment, and outdoor activities. Central Park is just steps away. Some of the most prestigious specialty schools such as The Julliard School and John Jay College of Criminal Justice are nearby, as is the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, where one may enjoy a wealth of cultural events such as those of dance, music, and opera. For those who are committed to environmentally-conscious living, a Whole Foods Market is accessible as well.
Additionally, whether for convenient business commute or recreational exploration, many subway lines are located within close proximity to the building.