Designed by famed architect and property developer is The Century, a 32-story Art Deco condominium at 25 Central Park West in Lincoln Square, a sub-neighborhood in the southern third of Manhattan's Upper West Side. Composed of twin towers, a popular element at the time of its construction, the Century is one of a series of monumental residential skyscrapers that lines Central Park West. Although opened in 1932, The Century was converted to a condominium in the 1980s. 25 Central Park West is also one of Manhattan's most convenient addresses, within a few blocks of five subway lines and Columbus Circle, at the edge of the Upper West Side with its vibrant shopping and restaurant scene, and across from Central Park, a gem that needs no introduction. The interiors at The Century have been updated but still retain a lot of the building's original pre-war charm. Many of the condominiums at The Century have views that overlook Central Park. Units at The Century have vintage oak and walnut flooring as well as large windows. A large eat-in chefs kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances is rare in New York, and yet it can be found at The Century condominiums. There is beautiful millwork throughout the condominiums accents the rest of the unit. Bathrooms have high-end fixtures as well as large soaking tubs. 25 Central Park West is filled with top-of-the-line amenities. There is a 24-hour doorman as well as a full-time concierge service. There is an elegant U-shaped lobby encloses a lush landscaped courtyard. Guests who enjoy bike riding around Central Park will be happy to know that The Century has a bicycle storage room. Other amenities at The Century include a laundry room and a package room. A fantastic location near both Central Park and Lincoln Square, spacious residences, and a striking facade make The Century an incredibly desirable pre-war condominium.