Trump Parc Condominium located 106 Central Park South was built in 1929, and was famously the former Barbizon Hotel. Laurence Emmons originally designed Trump Parc in partnership with the architectural firm of Lloyd Morgan and Murgatroyd & Ogden. Donald Trump later converted the building to condominiums in 1986 with elegance and sophisticated splendor. The building has a modern classical design and a very distinctive rooftop with soaring gold toped spires which make it easily recognizable.
The 38-floor building currently contains 340 apartments. Units range in size from studios approximately 400 square feet to 600 square feet, one-bedrooms from just over 600 square feet to a little over 1,000 square feet, to larger two- and three-bedrooms from 1,700 square feet to almost 3,000 square feet.
Residences boast wonderful hardwood floors, high-ceilings and oversized windows letting in spectacular city and Central Park views. Some units have outdoor spaces and working wood-burning fireplaces. Kitchens contain state-of-the art stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and beautifully designed wooden cabinetry. The marble spa-like bathrooms have a glass-enclosed shower and soaking tub.
Amenities and features supporting the residents of the Trump Parc include 24-hour full service Concierge and Doorman attended lobby, parking garage with valet service, porters, laundry room and additional basement storage.
Trump Parc's location at 106 Central Park South puts you mere minutes to Tiffany’s, Bergdorf, Louis Vuitton, Armani/ 5th Avenue, Dolce Gabbana, Rolex, Carnegie Hall, New York Broadway theatres, Time Warner Center with the finest boutique shopping in the world, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Lincoln Center opera and ballet, Whole Foods and much, much more of the best shopping and the best gourmet restaurants in the world.
If you are a self described Foodie then François Chocolate Bar Fpb, Jean Georges, Per Se, Masa and the many more sensational eateries are just at your feet.
Equally enjoying are the strolls through Central Park directly across the street, or short walks to the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), Rockefeller Center, and Radio City.
Written by John Diamantopoulos