Central Park West Photos

A swath of Manhattan running along the west side of Central Park is defined by fancy apartment buildings mostly built during the 1880s through 1930s.

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Maine Monument by Attilio Piccirilli & architect H. van Buren Magonigle at Columbus Circle on Central Park. New York, NY.Columbus Circle with Columbus Monument & Trump International Tower. New York, NY.Columbus Monument by Gaetano Russo on Columbus Circle. New York, NY.Trump International Hotel & Tower. New York, NY.
Maine Monument (1913) by Attilio Piccirilli & architect H. van Buren Magonigle at Columbus Circle on Central Park. New York, NY.Columbus Circle with Columbus Monument & Trump International Tower. New York, NY.Columbus Monument (1892) by Gaetano Russo on Columbus Circle. New York, NY.Trump International Hotel & Tower (1971) (15 Columbus Circle) (44 floors). New York, NY. Architect: Philip Johnson + Thomas E. Stanley.
Central Park West streetscape over Central Park including Beresford Apartments. New York, NY.Beresford Apartment. New York, NY.San Remo Apartments & other Central Park West buildings. New York, NY.241 Central Park West. New York, NY.
Central Park West streetscape over Central Park including Beresford Apartments. New York, NY.Beresford Apartment (1929) (211 Central Park West) (20 floors). New York, NY. Architect: Emery Roth.San Remo Apartments & other Central Park West buildings. New York, NY.241 Central Park West (1931) (19 floors). New York, NY. Style: Art Deco. Architect: Schwartz & Gross.
The Bolivar by Nathan Korn & The White House by Henry M. Sugarman & Berger. New York, NY.279 Central Park West, St. Urban Apartments, 295 Central Park West & The Eldorado along Central Park. New York, NY.279 Central Park West by Costas Kondylis & Partners LLP Architects + St. Urban Apartments by Robert T. Lyons. New York, NY.The Eldorado. New York, NY.
The Bolivar (1926) (230 Central Park West) (15 floors) by Nathan Korn & The White House (1929) (262 Central Park West) by Henry M. Sugarman & Berger. New York, NY.279 Central Park West, St. Urban Apartments, 295 Central Park West & The Eldorado along Central Park. New York, NY.279 Central Park West (1988) (23 floors) by Costas Kondylis & Partners LLP Architects + St. Urban Apartments (1905) (287 Central Park West) (13 floors) by Robert T. Lyons. New York, NY.The Eldorado (1931) (300 Central Park West) (23 floors). New York, NY. Architect: Emery Roth + Margon & Holder.
Tower of The Eldorado overlooking Central Park. New York, NY.295 Central Park West by Emery Roth; The Eldorado & Ardsley Apartments along Central Park. New York, NY.Ardsley Apartments on left + other apartments. New York, NY.Central Park West entrance of American Museum of Natural History. New York, NY.
Tower of The Eldorado overlooking Central Park. New York, NY.295 Central Park West (1941) by Emery Roth; The Eldorado & Ardsley Apartments along Central Park. New York, NY.Ardsley Apartments (1931) (320 Central Park West) (20 floors) on left + other apartments. New York, NY. Architect: Emery Roth.Central Park West entrance (1936) of American Museum of Natural History (1872). New York, NY. Architect: John Russell Pope.
Beresford Apartment tower. New York, NY.Baroque-style tower details of Beresford Apartment. New York, NY.Beresford Apartments on Central Park West overlooks American Museum on Natural History. New York, NY.Apartment buildings along 81st St. opposite Museum of Natural History. New York, NY.
Beresford Apartment tower (1929) (211 Central Park West at 81st St.). New York, NY. Architect: Emery Roth.Baroque-style tower details of Beresford Apartment. New York, NY.Beresford Apartments on Central Park West overlooks American Museum on Natural History. New York, NY.Apartment buildings along 81st St. opposite Museum of Natural History. New York, NY.
The Kenilworth. New York, NY.Langham Building beside San Remo Apartments. New York, NY.San Remo Apartments. New York, NY.The Dakota beside San Remo Apartments. New York, NY.
The Kenilworth (1908) (151 Central Park West) (12 floors). New York, NY. Style: Beaux Arts. Architect: Ralph Townsend, Steinle & Haskell.Langham Building (1907) (135 Central Park West) (13 floors) beside San Remo Apartments. New York, NY. Style: Beaux Arts. Architect: Clinton & Russell.San Remo Apartments (1930) (27 floors) (145 Central Park West). New York, NY. Architect: Emery Roth.The Dakota (1882) (1 West 72nd St. at Central Park West) (10 floors) beside San Remo Apartments. New York, NY. Architect: Henry J. Hardenbergh.
The Dorilton. New York, NY.Giuseppe Verdi statue by Pasquale Civiletti in Verdi Square. New York, NY.Modern apartment building at Broadway & 72nd St. plus The Ansonia beyond. New York, NY.The Ansonia. New York, NY.
The Dorilton (1902) (171 West 71st St. at Broadway) (12 floors). New York, NY. Style: Second Empire. Architect: Elisha Harris Janes & Richard Leopold Leo.Giuseppe Verdi statue (1906) by Pasquale Civiletti (Broadway at 74th St.) in Verdi Square. New York, NY.Modern apartment building at Broadway & 72nd St. plus The Ansonia beyond. New York, NY.The Ansonia (1899-1904) (2109 Broadway at 72nd St.) (17 floors). New York, NY. Style: Beaux Arts. Architect: Graves & Duboy.
First Baptist Church. New York, NY.Heritage townhouses. New York, NY.Brownstone townhouses off Central Park West. New York, NY.Hearst Magazine Building & other buildings at south end of Central Park. New York, NY.
First Baptist Church (1891) (265 West 79th St. at Broadway). New York, NY. Architect: George M. Kaiser.Heritage townhouses (125 West 77th St.). New York, NY.Brownstone townhouses off Central Park West. New York, NY.Hearst Magazine Building (2004) (969 Eighth Ave. at West 47 St.) & other buildings at south end of Central Park. New York, NY. Architect: Sir Norman Foster.

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