240 Central Park South, #8D
2 BEDS | 2 BATHS | Rental Building | rented
- 2 BEDS
- 2 BATHS
- 1400 APPROX. SQFT
- S, E EXPOSURE
- BUILT 1939
About 240 Central Park South, #8D
THIS IS A TERRIFIC RENOVATED TWO BED/TWO BATH LOFT LIKE APARTMENT WITH MOSTLY SOUTHERN EXPOSURE AND EAST/SOUTH IN THE LR. TWO MASTER SIZE BEDROOMS WITH EXCELLENT CLOSET SPACE; CORNER WBFP, BEAUTIFUL HARDWOOD FLOORS THROUGHOUT. STEPS TO THE UPPER WEST SIDE, MIDTOWN AND MOST SUBWAY LINES WITH EASY ACCESS TO DOWNTOWN. ASK ME ABOUT INCENTIVES!!Additional features of this property include: NEW WIN...
- Full city view
- Full skyline view
- Beamed ceiling
- Excellent light
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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.Central Park South Neighborhood Guide