128 Central Park South
Designed in an Italian Renaissance manner, the 128 Central Park South is a work of beauty in the exterior and the interior portions of the structure with scaping canopies and flanking lanterns. It was first built in 1924 and then transformed into a cooperative in 1984. Manhattans skyline is exceptionally beautiful at night with Central Park being visible from the generously sized units. The balconies of 128 Central Park South are one of a kind. These balustrade balconies give the building classical yet useful decorations. From a far, the flat roofline embellished with intricate and detailed decoration is seen, together with the structure’s elegant penthouse. The penthouse features a complete landscape, terrace, Asian style decoration, three fireplaces, and an electronic skylight. Residents and guests can choose from one or two bedroom units of their liking.