At the end of the Roaring Twenties, acclaimed architect Rosario Candela designed the iconic apartment building at 360 Central Park West on the Upper West Side. Fast-forward to 2016 when CetraRuddy Architecture reimagined the prewar rentals as classic condominiums.
The design team painstakingly preserved Candela’s original limestone exterior but modernized the interior—en suites with radiant-heated floors, state-of-the-art kitchens with concealed appliances and custom copper hoods for the stoves—while coffered ceilings, crown moldings, and oak herringbone floors stay true to the 1920s. The Landmarks Preservation Commission approved 34 additional punched windows to draw the stunning park views and more natural light into the rooms. Further catering to urban needs are an attended lobby, a fitness center, and a pet-grooming station for four-legged friends.
The remaining two- and four-bedroom residences (1,550 and 2,940 square feet, respectively) start at nearly $3 million through Stribling Marketing Associates.