Welcome to Central Park South
A small neighborhood in Manhattan that packs a punch.
With lofty views of Central Park greenery, the Central Park South community is small but mighty. From the sound of horse-drawn carriages to stunning views of tree-lined streets and historic shops along Fifth Avenue, Central Park South is bustling with things to do and see.
Just three blocks long, this small neighborhood creates the perfect blend of New York City living and lush outdoor views. The best of both worlds in one cozy section of the city, Central Park South creates a calming haven for those seeking a respite from the hustle and bustle of Manhattan.
What to Love
• The views of Central Park
• Upscale, luxury living opportunities
• Short commutes to the rest of Manhattan, with easy access to subway stations
Living in Central Park South affords all of the upscale amenities one would want in Manhattan, but the views of Central Park in the distance make this neighborhood unique. Residents enjoy a centrally-located destination for luxe living, award-winning restaurants and hotels at the Plaza or Ritz Carlton, and cultural opportunities at the Frederick P. Rose Hall Jazz Center
in Columbus Circle. Enjoy high-quality living in one of Manhattan’s most calming and quaint neighborhoods of Central Park South.
Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping
While the Central Park South neighborhood may be small, there are no shortages when it comes to exquisite dining opportunities. Visit Sarabeth’s
, which offers contemporary American cuisine and the best brunch within several blocks. A top destination and a neighborhood staple, Sarabeth’s features a full bar with specialty cocktails and an excellent menu
If you’re craving authentic Italian food in a fine-dining atmosphere, visit Marea, a Michelin-star restaurant on Columbus Circle for a fabulous experience. With a motto of “You are where you eat,” Marea brings elegance to the table for every meal while satisfying your unique and refined cravings. Enjoy an elevated dining experience at Marea and be sure to try the award-winning pasta from Chef Molly Nickerson.
Transport yourself to Europe at Cipriani Fifth Avenue
for a warm, welcoming dining experience. The restaurant is almost an exact replica of the original Harry’s Bar in Venice and features fine Italian food in a relaxed, yet refined, atmosphere.
Things to Do
One of the highlights of living in Central Park South is the accessibility of Central Park, which is practically your own, sprawling backyard. Go for a morning run through the park, walk your dog along the beautiful pathways, or take your family to the Central Park Zoo for a day of outdoor fun. Central Park also hosts a variety of events throughout the year like scavenger hunts, holiday parties, picnics, and community exercise classes.
The annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade takes place steps away from the Central Park South neighborhood, so if you don’t mind the crowds, it’s easy to view this historic event in person. A Manhattan staple for almost a century, the Thanksgiving Day Parade is an iconic American treasure watched by millions of people each year.
Another incredible “can’t miss” event is the New York City Marathon that runs through five boroughs of the city. The largest marathon in the world with over 53,000 finishers, the NYC Marathon is a treasured event whether you elect to participate or not. One of the best events in the city that brings the community together, it’s worth the experience to cheer on the runners from the sidelines or attempt to run the race.
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