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The Ardsley
320 Central Park West, Upper West Side, Manhattan, NY 10025

Pre-war Co-op

183 units
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  • 183 residences
  • 22 stories

The Details About 320 Central Park West

The Ardsley was conceived by legendary architect Emory Roth in 1931 and is considered one of Central Park West’s most striking Art Deco structures. Twenty-two stories tall, this full-service established cooperative features a light brick façade with contrasting horizontal strips of black brick, inspired by the ancient Maya. The base of the building has a zigzag cast stone frieze. Upper floo...

key features
  • Doorman
  • Guarantors allowed
  • Central air
  • Exercise room
  • Central laundry room
  • Professional Units
  • Bike room
  • Building website

The Ardsley Units

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Get to know the Upper West Side

Ever wonder why an incalculable number of creative works are set somewhere between 59th and 110th streets, within Central Park West and the Hudson River? All New York City neighborhoods are created equal, but there’s just something about the Upper West Side. Honestly, it’s all in the details: Iconic architecture, city-defining structures like the Dakota, the San Remo, and the El Dorado. Cultural institutions and historical sites of immense international renown line the streets and avenues. Certainly, having two beloved greenspaces — Central Park and Riverside Park — at its horizontal edges doesn’t hurt the reputation either. All of it and more is why so many New Yorkers choose to call the UWS home. It’s also why, at times, this neighborhood can feel as much an attitude or mindset as it does a physical place.

Upper West Side Neighborhood Guide