Every single apartment for sale, from 86th Street to 100th Street.
By Katie Charles
300 Central Park West (pictured above)
At 90th Street
One of the West Side’s four twin-tower prewars, the El Dorado houses Ron Howard and Garrison Keillor, who just rebought his apartment here a decade after leaving. Garage, storage, and gym are here—as are prices of about $2 million per bedroom.
Apt. 8H: $2.95 million.
Two-bedroom, two-bath; 2,000 square feet. Maintenance: $2,390. (Irene Balsam, Halstead.)
320 Central Park West (pictured above)
At 92nd Street
A block above the El Dorado sits the Ardsley, also by architect Emery Roth. No garage here, but an attentive staff and a new gym. The co-op board’s not as stodgy as some, allowing both pets and pied-à-terre buyers.
Apt. 4C: $2.355 million.
Three-bedroom, three-bath; 2,100 square feet. Maintenance: $2,156. (Leonard Gottlieb and Eric Janssen; Halstead.)
382 Central Park West
Near 97th Street
Another Manhattantown tower, the Olmsted.
Apt. 14U: $499,000.
Studio; 550 square feet. Charges and taxes: $442. (Annette Schwed, Halstead.)
Monday, June 26, 2006