Windsor Park, located at 100 West 58th Street in Midtown East, was originally designed by famous architect Rosario Candela, who was responsible for the ultra-posh 740 Park Avenue. In 2007, the world-famous architecture firm of Gwathmey Siegle, responsible for redesigning the Guggenheim and the NBA Hall of Fame, was brought in to convert the former hotel into 100 luxurious apartments. With an incredibly convenient location near Central Park, Windsor Park is near many New York City attractions.
The spacious condominiums at Windsor Park are filled with top-of-the-line finishes. The exquisite kitchens have appliances from Sub-Zero and Viking. Kitchens also boast wine coolers and granite countertops. Marble is found throughout the bathrooms at Windsor Park, as are Jacuzzi tubs and dual vanities. Gorgeous hardwood lines the floors of the condominiums at Windsor Park.
A doorman welcomes residents into a magnificent lobby at Windsor Park. From there, residents can speak with the concierge to request anything that they might need. A porter is also available for the residents' convenience. There is a yoga and meditation room and a fitness center so that residents can unwind. A rooftop terrace provides a place for residents to enjoy expansive views of Manhattan. The Windsor Park, a building that spares no expense, is the perfect place to call home.