230 Central Park South -Southmoor House
The Southmoor House was designed by Jacob M. Felsen in 1938 and renovated by Parkview Developers in 2004. This attractive, 17story structure has 95 apartments. Also known as 230 Central Park South, and simply designed with minimalistic Art Deco detailing, it is a condop with a one-story limestone base and a two-story limestone entrance surround, an entrance marquee and sidewalk landscaping. The structure itself is made from light-gray brick, with the top level having a setback, creating outdoor space.
The building no longer requires board approval or financial disclosures from it’s residents, under the leadership of Mr. Reisner, a member of the buildings board. In addition pied-à-terres and subleases are welcome. The location of the 230 Central Park South is very ideal and a short walk to Whole Foods, Carnegie Hall and Central Park. Public transportation is also easily accessible at this location.