Most famous for its large balconies overlooking Central Park, and prime location on one of the most exclusive streets in all of New York City, 200 Central Park South is not your ordinary apartment building.
When developer Bernard Spitzer first introduced the huge curved apartment house at 200 Central Park South to the public back in 1963, it was seen as an unusual structure. The balconies, 225 feet wide, curve in from the corner, giving it a Barcelona feeling, and maximizing the stunning views.
An added bonus: residents have front-row seats to the Thanksgiving Parade. One particular 7th floor unit that looks directly on the parade route has recently been listed for sale for $3,450,000.
The 1,050-square-foot apartment has recently been listed with Compass agents Mark and Carol Raskin, The Raskin Team.
With one bedroom and two baths, unit 7D at 200 Central Park South features an expansive living room/dining area, and has been fitted with hardwood floors, great closets, walls of new windows.
Not to mention that all rooms have access to the 200-square-foot terrace with full park views.
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