110 Central Park South is a small, discreet, luxury co-op, with condo rules. One of the original apartment buildings designed in the early 1900's by architect James Carpenter, who designed some of NYC's most important buildings. In 2005 the building was converted into a condop and redesigned by renowned architect Costas Kondylis. The 28-story building has a six-story limestone-clad base with pilasters between the 3rd and 5th floors and an ornate entrance marquee. There are 63 units consisting of five penthouse units, some with fireplaces, and apartments ranging in size from one to four bedrooms, most with stunning Central Park views. The units come with high-end appliances and finishes. There is a full-time doorman and concierge, a resident manager and a valet as well as elevators that can only be activated by an electronic key issued to residents. There is fitness center with an outdoor terrace and breakfast bar, a private Zen garden and a resident's dining / conference room with a fully equipped Viking catering kitchen. The basement houses a laundry room in addition to the washers and dryers in all apartments. Storage space and valet parking is also offered.