The Majestic occupies an enviable site at the corner of Central Park West and 72nd Street, directly across the street from The Dakota. The famous 29-story twin-towered cooperative apartment building, built in 1931 by Irwin Chanin, is a fine example of Modern American Art Deco in New York City. The skyscrapers have an energetic and exciting flair. The building has long been one of the premier addresses on Central Park West. The City skyline views from The Majestic are extraordinary. The apartments are renowned for their large and gracious layouts, well-proportioned rooms and terrific light. These pre-war homes offer sensational views, central air conditioning, modern renovations, and high style finishes. Many apartments have been combined and there are now approximately 238 apartments and five elevator banks. The building is famous for its white glove service, with doormen, hallmen, concierge, porters and elevator attendants (50 in total including a live-in superintendent) available to provide security and services. Additionally, residents enjoy amenities such as an excellent gym, solarium, rooftop, deck, bike room, children’s playroom, terrace and storage bins. Pets are welcome and subletting is permitted under exceptional circumstances.