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First look at Circa Central Park’s refined amenity spaces

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The Harlem condo comes with more standard amenities like a gym, as well as picnic baskets for trips to Central Park

Photos courtesy Eduard Hueber for FXFOWLE Architects.

Circa Central Park, the semicircular condo on Central Park’s last undeveloped corner, began welcoming residents in June. Back in April, we got a look at a couple of model residences that gave an idea of what the elegant Artimus Construction-developed building’s market-rate units would look like. Now, we have an exclusive sneak peek at a handful of the building’s amenity spaces.

The FXFOWLE-designed building, which has 38 apartments priced from $1.3 million spread over 11 floors, doesn’t shortchange on its amenities. As we’ve previously reported, there’s a fitness center, a 3,000-square-foot landscaped courtyard, picnic baskets that you can use during a trip to the park, and even remote controlled boats. There are more standard amenities in place as well like a children’s playroom, a study room for kids (with MacBooks), and a shared rooftop terrace.

Much like the rest of Circa Central Park, the design of the amenity spaces isn’t over-the-top but is well appointed. Here’s a few looks below of the lobby, resident’s lounge, children’s playroom, and the rooftop terrace:

There are currently ten active listings on StreetEasy with three in contract, including the building’s four-bedroom penthouse for $7.48 million.

Circa Central Park

285 West 110th Street, New York, NY 10026 Visit Website