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240 Central Park South (via www.240cps.nyc) 240 Central Park South (via www.240cps.nyc)
Simply put, 240 Central Park South is an early modernist icon finished at the tail-end of the Great Depression and the onset of World War II.

The structure was built in 1941 and sits near Columbus Circle at the intersection of Broadway and West 59th Street. The 28-story rental building has 325 apartments and its facade is composed of muted orange brick, a distinguishing feature that sets it apart from neighboring high-rises and skyscrapers.
Inside a model unit with Central Park views (via www.240cps.nyc)
Inside are a variety of floor plans - some with original details and others that have been renovated with contemporary kitchens and baths. Each has unique perks, with features like wood burning fireplaces, Central Park views, in-unit laundry, and private terraces. Other highlights include hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, and open kitchens with breakfast bars.

Current listings show available no fee units range from 625 to 1,400 square feet. Omnispective handles leasing and the building’s website shows no fee studios priced from $3,461/month, one-bedrooms from $5,400/month and two-bedrooms from $6,923/month. Prices are net effective with some availabilities offering a month of free rent.
Kitchen (via www.240cps.nyc)
Building amenities include 24-hour concierge, a fitness center, and a rooftop lounge overlooking the park. Pets are also welcomed. There are several shops and cafes at the base of the building and in the Columbus Circle area, along with cultural institutions like the Museum of Modern Art.

A review from critic Carter Horsley notes its designers, Mayer and Whittlesey, also designed the rental building at 40 Central Park South. It has a similarly designed roof and was erected in the same year. In 1954, the team worked with M. Milton Glass on a building at 220 Central Park which was demolished to make way for the new supertall tower at the same address.
Overlooking the park (via www.240cps.nyc)

Omnispective

Omnispective
240 Central Park South Leasing
240 Central Park South
New York, NY 10019
(212) 581-XXXX
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