The Eldorado is a NYC coop located at 300 Central Park West, in the heart of the Upper West Side. The building was designed by renowned architect Emery Roth and features a distinctive twin-towered profile making it one of the most iconic properties on CPW. There are 208 residences at The Eldorado. Each home in this Art Deco co-op is well-appointed with high-end fixtures and finishes. While the interiors vary depending on how the owners have renovated them, most residences maintain some of their historic pre-war charms. The Eldorado is a white-glove building and has a 24-7 doorman and concierge. Other on-site amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, a children’s playroom, and a parking garage. What does it cost to live at 300 CPW? Living at The Eldorado NYC is a pricey affair. Most apartments in the building are two-bedrooms or larger, and command prices above $2 million. There are a handful of smaller one-bedroom apartments, but even those sell for at least $1,500,000. The most spectacular residences at 300 Central Park West face Central Park, offering incredible views. One such residence, Apartment 4d, a 3,000 square foot home that overlooks the park, sold for $12,750,000 in 2015. If you’re interested in renting at The Eldorado, you might struggle to find availability as the property rarely has active rental listings. When they do hit the market prices range from $3,500+ for a smaller one-bedroom to over $25,000 for 3-bedroom homes.

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Building Amenities

Doorman
Elevator
Fitness Center
Garage
Storage
Verizon Fios enabled