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Manhattan Neighborhood | Central Park North

View from 45 Central Park North

A while back The New York Times published an article: How the Word ‘North’ Affects Prices: Living Along Central Park North. I was fortunate to have been quoted in the article along with a link to my sale and rental exclusive listings at 45 Central Park North, an HDFC income restricted coop.

The Times did a great job capturing the many aspects of the hyper-local neighborhood in Harlem Central Park North also known as West 110th Street.

145 Central Park North

145 Central Park North is a brand new luxury condominium developed by Grid Group Development and designed by GLUCK+ and offers just 37 residences in 1- to 4-bedroom layouts ranging in price from about $1.3M to $5 million..

One of the great things about CPN is the breathtaking panoramic views of Central Park, Harlem Meer and downtown Manhattan. Apartments with park views along Central Park North are selling at significantly lower prices than comparable apartments on Central Park West, Central Park South and Upper Fifth Avenue.

Direct Central Park views are considered one of the most valuable attributes a Manhattan apartment can have.


According to data from Miller Samuel real estate appraisers, apartments on Central Park North with park views sell at 20.4% compared to similar apartments with a city view.


111 Central Park North

While some of the new condos on CPN are trying to get prices equivalent to CPW and CPS there are many pre-war coops, even income-restricted coops for moderate- middle-income New Yorkers.

The building at 285 West 110th Street formerly 2040 Frederick Douglass Boulevard, at Central Park's northwest corner on the border of the Upper West Side and Harlem along Frederick Douglass Circle is the Circa Central Park.

Circa Central Park.

West 110th Street from Frederick Douglas Circle to Broadway is known as Cathedral Parkway named for The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine at west 110th and Morningside Drive.

31-33 West 110th Street

The recently closed Lincoln Correctional facility on Central Park North at 31-33 West 110th Street, fronting Central Park originally built in 1914 as a branch of the Young Women's Hebrew Association (YWHA) is currently owned by the Harlem Community Development Corporation, a state agency. The site will most likely be redeveloped into a residential or multi-use building with an affordable housing component.

The Central Park North neighborhood offers all the leisure, cultural, educational, and recreational activities of Central Park right at your front door and convenient transportation. The #2 and #3 train at 110th and Lenox Avenue (Central Park North) and the B and C trains at 110th and Central Park West also called Frederick Douglas Boulevard above 110th Street.

Central Park North may be the neighborhood you are looking for.



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