The entire length of this apartment offers iconic views of Central Park, including The Pond, Hallett Nature Sanctuary and Wollman Skating Rink in the foreground, framed by the stunning skyline of Central Park West. The 12th floor is higher than the tallest trees in the Park, but not so dizzyingly high that the details are lost. In Summer, look out at an endless green oasis. In the Fall, watch the lush green leaves turn dazzling vermillion and gold. In Winter, see the sun set over the skaters at Wollman Rink, when the Park is blanketed in snow. And then, in Spring, see the Park in glorious bloom. The twenty-one windows of this corner home offer perhaps the best views in New York City.
The centerpiece of this apartment is the gracious living room, with its 30-foot expanse of Central Park views. But why not remove two small walls and make it a grand 43-foot living room? Or remove three to make it a palatial living and dining space with 60 feet of incomparable views? The possibilities are endless. A minor renovation would make this one of the most magnificent apartments in Manhattan.
The Parc V is an elegant, full-service, white-glove building where residents enjoy the highest level of service, security, and discretion. Designed in 1963 by premier architect, Emery Roth, the lobby and fitness center have just recently been renovated to rival the most elegant in the City. There is private storage and an on-site garage. And the location is literally at the epicenter of it all: surrounded by luxury boutiques (including Bergdorf Goodman, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Zegna, and of course, Harry Winston); top restaurants (including Avra, Le Bilboquet, and, of course, Cipriani); and iconic hotels/bars (including the Sherry Netherland, the Pierre, and, of course, the Plaza).