About The Intercontinental
110 Central Park South exemplifies Manhattan's pre-war elegance. Designed by J. E. R. Carpenter, an architect renowned for his portfolio of high-rise buildings that embody Manhattan's classic elegance, 110 Central Park South enjoys the uncommon luxury of a location right on Central Park. Sometimes referred to as the Intercontinental, 110 Central Park South takes the moniker from its former use as the Hotel Intercontinental; and before that, it was the Ritz-Carlton Hotel. To be sure, its polished history is evident by the meticulous details of its residences, from herringbone floors to spacious entry foyers.
110 Central Park South's homes have high ceilings and picture windows, which work together invite plenty of sunlight while framing beautiful views of Central Park. Meanwhile, modernized kitchens have been updated with top-of-the-line appliances, and luxurious bathrooms are clad in marble with sycamore vanities.
In keeping with its long history of luxury, 110 Central Park South offers an attended lobby with 24-hour concierge service and valet parking. Its beautiful amenity spaces include a fitness center, private garden, and entertaining hall. Residents are ideally situated by some of Manhattan's finest attractions, from renowned cultural institutions to world-class dining and entertainment, all just steps away.