Central Park North

A diverse and culturally rich enclave from 110th Street to 116th Street.

Welcome to Central Park North

 
Central Park North is among Manhattan’s most desirable residential areas due to its jaw-dropping architectural designs, towering luxury apartment buildings, and immediate access to New York City’s iconic Central Park. Central Park North spans six blocks from Central Park’s northern edge at 110th Street to 116th Street. The area’s strategic location is ideal for those working in and around Upper Manhattan, as 110 Street Station’s customers are served around-the-clock by both the 2 and 3 trains, and New York City’s B, C, and 6 subway lines are just a short, comfortable stroll away. 
 
Over time, Central Park North has become the popular, attractive community it’s known as today. Here high-rise apartments and condominiums feature incredible views of Central Park, as well as sought-after proximity to world-class restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues. Time Square’s renowned amenities are less than 10 miles away from Central Park North.
 
Of course, Central Park North is most desirable for its locale nestled against Central Park, a sprawling 843-acre serene oasis that brings nature right to the doorsteps of New York City residences. Central Park is also a popular filming location, so don’t be surprised if you see high-profile celebrities grabbing lunch at local restaurants or taking a scenic walk along the community’s well-maintained streets. When it comes to living in Central Park North, it’s truly a privilege.
 

What to Love

 
  • Walkable streets 
  • Commuter friendly 
  • Home to some of New York City’s best views
  • Exclusive city living at its finest
  • Proximity to unique culinary treasures and one-of-a-kind boutiques 

Local Lifestyle

 

It’s no surprise that Central Park North’s residents appreciate and take advantage of the plethora of amenities offered to them. The open green spaces inside Central Park are just steps away and leading entertainment found inside Broadway’s theaters is easily accessible via the subway. Live music, infamous fashion shows, and museums are scattered throughout the area and provide lots of fun for residents. The area’s prominent apartment blocks provide sought-after conveniences and nearby hospitals like The Mount Sinai Hospital and NYC Health on Lenox Avenue offer families, couples, and professionals who live in this community a sense of safety and ease. When it comes to moving to Central Park, New York, Central Park North has everything you need and more. 
 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

 
Central Park North is home to incredible national and international cuisine. Indulge in vegan dishes created with organic ingredients at Seasoned Vegan. Fresh seafood created with innovative twists is served at Make My Fish. New American cuisine is created in a chic, sophisticated eatery with handcrafted cocktails at Row House, located on Frederick Douglas Boulevard. Other popular culinary destinations include New Life Juice Bar and Lounge, 1927 Cafe Bar Popular, and Cafe Frederick. 
 
High-end shopping is just a short walk or train ride away, with luxury designer’s flagship stores like Louis Vuitton, CHANEL, and Prada available for an incredible retail experience. 
 

Things to Do

 
Living in Central Park North means there is always something new to explore every day, whether it’s a trip to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, a stroll through Central Park, or a visit to El Museo del Barrio. Sports enthusiasts find themselves at a variety of games inside Madison Square Garden, which serves as a home base for the New York Knicks and the New York Rangers. 
 
Learn about the area’s history before it became the Central Park we know and love today at Fort Clinton, located at 5th Avenue. 
On Sundays, you can attend a mass at the historic and magnificent St. Patrick's Cathedral.
 

Schools

 
New York City’s school districts are broken into geographic districts. The New York City Geographic District #4 serves the community of Central Park North. Top-rated schools include:
 
  1. Battery Park City School
  2. Ella Baker School
  3. Eleanor Roosevelt High School
  4. Millennium High School
 
 

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Overview for Central Park North, NY

38,937 people live in Central Park North, where the median age is 35.4 and the average individual income is $45,903. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.

38,937

Total Population

35.4 years

Median Age

High

Population Density Population Density This is the number of people per square mile in a neighborhood.

$45,903

Average individual Income

Current Listings

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15 Central Park West

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El Dorado

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The Beresford

The Beresford

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