Berkeley House

120 Central Park South, between Avenue of the Americas & Seventh Avenue   |    Midtown West

Berkeley House - 120 Central Park South
  • Co-op
  • Built in 1942
  • 100 Apartments
  • 21 Floors
79

Berkeley House, 120 Central Park South has received a CityRealty Rating of 79, based on:

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    • 5th Av - 53rd Street (at 5th Ave and 53rd) (0.43 miles)
     
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    • 59th Street (at Central Park West and 60th) (0.28 miles)
     
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    • 59th Street (at Central Park West and 60th) (0.28 miles)
     
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    • 57th Street (at 6th Ave) (0.15 miles)
     
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    • 57th Street (at 7th Ave) (0.20 miles)
     
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    • 59th Street (at Central Park West and 60th) (0.28 miles)
     
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    • 59th Street (at Central Park West and 60th) (0.28 miles)
     
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    • 7th Av (at Broadway and 53rd) (0.32 miles)
     

Overview

Berkeley House is an attractive mid-block building at 120 Central Park South with a handsome entrance marquee.

It has a two-story limestone base, a doorman, an attended elevator, discrete air-conditioners, a garage and no sidewalk landscaping.

This block, between the Avenue of the Americas and Seventh Avenue, is the most elegant on Central Park south as it boasts the great Art Deco rooftops of the Trump Parc building on the east end and the Essex House mid-block as well as the spectacular, green mansard roof of Hampshire House mid-block and the imposing Italian Renaissance-palazzo-style New York Athletic Club on the west end.

Like all Central Park South buildings, this building has great vistas of Central Park and the skylines of Upper Fifth Avenue and Central Park West.

The 20-story building was designed by Hyman Isaac Feldman in 1942. It has 100 cooperative apartments and was converted in 1980.

Historically, Central Park South was for many decades a surprisingly unattractive location despite its great views because of its narrow sidewalks, high traffic, a proliferation of street people who patronized guests at its many hotels and a lack of normal residential neighborhood amenities. At the end of the 20th Century, however, its ambiance improved significantly with the erection of several new luxury towers nearby and the opening of new restaurants and a supermarket not too far away and the long-delayed redevelopment of the New York Coliseum site at its western terminus where...

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Features & Amenities

  • Elevator Man
  • FT Doorman
  • Hi Rise
  • Pre War
  • Elevator

Pros

  • Spectacular vistas
  • Doorman
  • Elevator person
  • Garage
  • Convenient public transportation
  • Close to Whole Foods store at Time Warner Center
  • Overlooks Central Park

Cons

  • No sidewalk landscaping
  • No balconies
  • Considerable traffic

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