The condominium building at 392 Central Park West enjoys an excellent location on the Upper West Side. The property is just steps from Central Park, while also being next to the newly constructed Columbus Square retail and shopping center.
Although it was initially built in 1960, the apartments at the property are generally well maintained and renovated with luxurious finishes and high-end appliances. Many of the luxury apartments in the 392 CPW condo feature stunning, unobstructed views of Central Park and the surrounding skyline. Select apartments also come with private terraces or balconies.
392 Central Park West has a handful of amenity spaces for you to enjoy, including landscaped courtyards and gardens and a gym equipped with the latest strength-training and cardio machines as well as free weights.
There’s plenty to do right around the building with numerous restaurants, shops, and cafes as well as a Whole Foods nearby. The building is also conveniently located near plenty of public transit with the B, C, 1, 2, and 3 subways, all stopping close by.
One thing to keep in mind if you’re renting is that while the building allows unit owners to have pets, the policy is case by case for tenants.
What does it cost to live at 392 Central Park West?
Prices at 392 Central Park West (which is also known as CPW Towers) start around $700,000 for studios. One-bedroom apartments vary greatly depending on the size and view, but a general range is $850,000-$1.3 million. Larger units can be harder to come by and vary even more, but two-bedrooms are generally in the $1.5 to $2 million range while three-bedroom condos are closer to $2.5 million.
If you’re looking to rent at 392 CPW, you can expect to pay roughly $2500 to $3000 for a studio, $3,500 to $4,000 for a one-bedroom, and around $5,000 for a two-bedroom apartment. Read more
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