This 14-story condominium building was erected in 1930, the same year as the adjoining 38-story former Barbizon Plaza Hotel that is now the condominium building known as Trump Parc. The two buildings are similar in architectural style. Trump unified the retail frontages of both buildings and their window treatments are similar so that they read as one building, but have separate entrances along Central Park South. The entrance of 100 is modest and elegant. This white glove building has 81 units with spectacular views. There are only two to five residences per floor offering high ceilings, large windows, hardwood floors, and wood burning fireplaces in many apartments. The building is fully equipped with Resident Manager, handyman, porters, doormen, concierge, elevator, storage, cold storage and bike room. It is convenient to public transportation, shopping and restaurants.