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Building: The Eldorado

300 Central Park West, New York, NY, 10024
208 units29 storiesBuilt in 1930

Building Description

300 Central Park West (The El Dorado) is one of the Upper West Sides most beloved iconic architectural landmarks. It fronts Central Park West between 90-91st Streets. Built in 1931 this is one of Emery Roth’s most celebrated achievements. It is easily recognizable by its twin majestic towering towers that are especially beautiful when lit like giant “candles” at night. The building still maintains the grandeur of its era with its glorious and impeccably maintained deco lobby and elevators. This Art Deco structure was erected with 31-stories and 208 units consisting of grand and spacious two to four bedroom residences (many apartments have been combined since to create larger and even more palatial homes). Most of the apartments have sweeping vistas of Central Park, The Reservoir, and the Manhattan skyline. This full service white-glove building has a 24 hour doorman, concierge, state of the art fitness center, half-court basketball court, and children’s playroom.

Building description provided by Jeffrey Levitas and Madeline McKenna

Building Amenities

  • Children's playroom
  • Concierge
  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Gym
  • Live-in Super
  • Community Recreation Facilities

Building Facts

Facts 208 units29 storiesBuilt in 1930
Building Class D4
District Community District 107City Council District 6Police Precinct 24
Floorplans 47 floorplans available
Documents and Permits 209 documents and permits
Discussions 2 discussions
Sales Listings 4 active sales ($1,580 per ft² avg, $9,712,250 avg price)
81 previous sales ($1,826 per ft² avg, $5,892,037 avg price)
18 previous rentals ($66 per ft² avg, $13,969 avg price)
Owned by: 300 CENTRAL PK W APTS
Architect: Emery Roth & Sons

Sales - 3 active / 1 in contract

13 rooms, 5 beds
6 baths, 5 half baths
7 rooms, 3 beds
4 baths
7 rooms, 3 beds
4 baths
2,500 ft²
5 rooms, 1 bed
1 bath, 1 half bath


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