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Today's Featured Building: 65 Central Park West

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65 Central Park West is a high-rise cooperative building with 106 residences over its 16 stories. The building was constructed in 1926 as an apartment rental building and later converted to its current ownership structure. The design of the building is by architect Emery Roth and offers an attractive Neo-Renaissance style to the Central Park West neighborhood.

Overlooking the greenery of Central Park, the building features many luxury residences of different sizes. Guests and residents enter the building into a luxury marble lobby. The building offers two separate wings with an elevator on either side. The residences vary from 3.5 to 6.5 rooms, and many have been combined over the years to create larger homes.

The attractive brick-clad structure was erected just before the Central Park West skyline sprouted, and many historic details are still featured throughout. The modern building amenities offered at 65 Central Park West include a 24 hour doorman, concierge, central laundry, and storage. The building is pet friendly.[1]


Lincoln Square, which refers to both the square itself and the surrounding Upper West Side neighborhood, is a lively and sought-after neighborhood bordering Central Park to the west. This area is centered around Broadway and Columbus Avenue, and is bounded by Columbus Avenue and Amsterdam Avenue to the east and west, and West 66th Street and West 63rd Street to the north and south.

Lincoln Square is home to the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, which is a complex of architecturally detailed buildings that together create a total of 29 different indoor and outdoor performance venues. The area is served by the 66th Street - Lincoln Center subway station, which is just one block from 65 Central Park West.

Aside from the many offerings found at Central Park, just across the street from the building, there are also other more modest outdoor areas in the neighborhood residents can enjoy. Damrosch Park at Lincoln Center, as well as Dante Park, Richard Tucker Square, and Riverside Park along the Hudson River are all within walking distance. Nearby schools include York Preparatory School, Blessed Sacrament School, Special Music School, and High School of Arts and Technology.


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