The Ardsley, a 19-story cooperative building, looks down at one of the loveliest parts of Central Park, including the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir and the courts at the Central Park Tennis Center. Designed by renowned architect Emery Roth and built in 1931, The Ardsley was the last of his grand Central Park West Art-Deco creations. Roth's other masterpieces include The San Remo, The Beresford and The Eldorado apartment towers. Inspired by the architectural styles of ancient Mayan temples, the prewar Ardsley has 201 spacious flowing apartments with beamed ceilings and great closet space, and it offers white-glove full service, a newly renovated Art Deco lobby, fitness center, children's playroom, two bike rooms, multiple storage rooms, and lending library. Pets are welcome.