110 Central Park South

Condo/Co-op, Prewar
68 units
  • 68 RESIDENCES
  • 29 STORIES
  • BUILT 1927

The Details

About 110 Central Park South

The Intercontinental was built in 1925 by the architect J.E.R. Carpenter and converted to a condop in 2006 with renovations by architect Costas Kondylis. Luxury building amenities include 24-hour white-glove service, entertainment lounge with a dining area and a lovely terrace, fitness center, valet parking, electronic keyed elevators, and a resident building manager. A co-op with condo rules...

key features
  • Concierge
  • Doorman
  • Central laundry room
  • Common garden
  • Common storage
  • Common terrace
  • Exercise room
  • Fitness center

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Get to know Central Park South

While it is only three blocks long, running between Fifth and Eighth avenues, Central Park South deserves to be considered a neighborhood of its own. That’s even more impressive when you consider that the north side of the street is Central Park. (In defining the neighborhood’s limits, we are also including the two blocks to the park’s south, down to 57th Street.) In that short span, you’ll find a number of Manhattan’s most exclusive apartment buildings, as well as its leading hotels — both iconic properties and new arrivals. In recent years, rising among the older towers have been a number of the pencil-thin super-tall skyscrapers by leading firms and starchitects, like Robert A.M. Stern, that are transforming the skyline of Manhattan.

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