160 Central Park South, 404

Midtown West, Manhattan

The Basics

This is my exclusive listing
Bedrooms:
1
Bathrooms:
1
Decor:
Furnished Only
$13,800per month
Earliest Move-In
Immediate
Earliest Move-Out
Oct 22, 2022
Latest move-out:
Open Ended

The Basics

This is my exclusive listing

Listing type:

Short Term Rental

Posted by:

Agent/Broker [CitiSuites International Realt...]

Decor:

Furnished Only

Kind of building:

Condo

Opportunity to renew:

Probably. Please confirm.

Brokerage Fee:

The poster of this listing is charging a brokerage fee.

Virtual Live Tours:

Not 100% sure, please ask

Year Built:

1931

Last updated:

Sep 24, 2022

Features

  • Renovated
  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Pet Friendly
  • Pre-War

Property Details

The Essex House, a first class Art Deco hotel with 185 privately owned residences is now managed by J.W. Marriott.
Built in 1931 as the largest and most luxurious hotel in the city, it has been home to celebrities and captains of industry throughout its illustrious history.
Condominium apartment owners and tenants are provided a full complement of white-glove hotel services and amenities such as 24 hour room service, valet, concierge, bell staff; a fitness center and spa; a business and conference center; and an award-winning restaurant.

Designed by world-famous architecture firm Costas Kondylis, this newly renovated and fully furnished apartment is beautifully appointed and features a large open kitchen fitted with top-of-the-line Miele appliances. Enjoy breathtaking views of Central Park from 4 large windows as well as a large bath and powder room.

An elegant pied-a-terre for short and long term stays (1 month minimum).

Our condominium sales, rental and management office is located onsite for your convenience.

Midtown West, Manhattan (NYC) Building Address For Rent: 160 Central Park South, New York, NY, 10019

$13,800per month
Earliest Move-In
Immediate
Earliest Move-Out
Oct 22, 2022
Latest move-out:
Open Ended

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