15 Central Park West is a 202 unit luxury condominium, comprising two buildings; the House and the Tower at the corner of West 61st Street and Central Park West on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Designed by Robert A.M. Stern in the new classic style, the building remains one of the most coveted addresses in New York. Perched high above the treetops, this magnificent home features spectacular vistas of Central Park West’s ever changing foliage. The highly coveted B-line on the 24th floor has a desirable and versatile floor plate distinguishing this classic home from the competition. The gracious suite of entertaining rooms includes a 30 foot long living room and formal dining room with views of Central Park. The chef’s kitchen includes a Subzero refrigerator, Wolf stainless steel oven and range, wine refrigerator, marble countertops with matching backsplash and an abundance of storage. The sunlit primary bedroom faces Central Park with a walk-in closet, 11 foot ceilings and is well proportioned for today’s living. The marble bathroom encompasses double vanities, a glass stall steam shower, deep soaking tub and radiant heated floors. Throughout the residence, attention to detail is evident in the Herringbone style hardwood floors, electric window treatments, a formal powder room for guests and a washer/dryer. Impeccably maintained by the current owner, the apartment is fortunate to maintain the original details of RAMSA’s design. The Building 15 Central Park West is an iconic New York City masterpiece crafted from limestone. Known for its white-glove service, residents enjoy many exclusive amenities, including a full-time staff, resident manager, two concierge desks and a private gated entrance with Porte-Cochere driveway. There is a private restaurant that is exclusive to residents and their guests and it offers in-home delivery. There is a 14,000 square foot world class gym with an immaculate 75 foot sky-lit swimming pool, steam rooms and saunas. There is a children's playroom, private theater screening room, outdoor terrace for private events, landscaped garden, wine cellars for purchase and a library with a fireplace. 15 Central Park West has become one of the most successful examples of postmodern architecture in the history of Manhattan’s Residential apartment buildings.