110 Central Park South
The Intercontinental is considered to be one of the prime condominiums when it comes to elegance, design, and location. It was built before the war, thus giving its pre-war appeal perfectly contrasting with Manhattan’s modern and luxurious atmosphere. The structure was previously called the Inter-Continental Hotel and features a well-ornamented entrance that would make the most meticulous people speechless. With an elegant pre-war design, Intercontinental contrasts this by providing a wide array of modern services including an advanced fitness center, dining areas, private gardens and more. Intercontinental makes sure that the residents are living the good life. In fact, Intercontinental has housed a number of the rich and famous, including Bennett Cerf, Raymond Loewy, and Earl Carroll to name a few.