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Beresford

The legendary Beresford is the preeminent prewar landmark building not only of Central Park West, but the entire city. Designed by famed architect, Emery Roth, it was constructed in 1928 – 1929, on the site of a hotel of the same name. The Beresford majestically sits twenty-two stories tall on the corner of Central Park West and 81st Street with three illuminated towers, two main facades and three separate entrances.

Description by Carol Levy