One of a series of stately apartment buildings towering above Central Park West, The Eldorado is famous for its Art Deco-inspired twin towers that mirror its predecessor's, The San Remo. Constructed a year after The San Remo, The Eldorado is a product of renowned architect Emery Roth, whose buildings are visible all along this stretch of Eighth Avenue. Its location, at 300 Central Park West, offers convenient access to Central Park's major reservoir, a popular spot for jogging, and a number of schools in the surrounding area. Restaurants abound on Broadway, Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues, and 86th Street to the south, The Eldorado is an impeccably-positioned co-op for those seeking to take advantage of Manhattan's Upper West Side.
A hybrid Art Deco/neoclassical masterpiece, The Eldorado's splendor is rivalled by few other buildings. 300 Central Park West's 30 stories house over 200 luxury residences, all of which are characterized by unusually high ceilings and large windows, creating airy spaces with copious amounts of natural light, and of course breathtaking views across Manhattan. Large indeed, each apartment contains at least two bedrooms, with some having as many as five. About as customizable as possible, residences at The Eldorado still have traces of their pre-war past, with galleries, maids' rooms, libraries, separate dining rooms, and numerous closets standard. Numerous setbacks give way to private balconies and terraces, and marble-laden bathrooms make anyone feel as if they have their own small spa.
Even after 80 years, The Eldorado maintains its world-class amenities. Walking into the lobby, full of marble and warm wood grain, residents are greeted by a full-time doorman and concierge service staff. A private fitness center is accessible for all residents as well as an interior courtyard. Community rooms and individual storage are also available upon request. So if you want great views, excellent location, and to live in one of Manhattan's prized Art Deco co-ops, The Eldorado might just be the best place for you.