Established as one of Central Park’s storied Pre-War luxury residential buildings, Trump Parc East has long been a symbol of the Trump testament to excellence and architectural preservation.
Trump Parc East’s history dates back to 1929, originally built as the historic Barbizon Plaza Hotel, and has since been reimagined under the artistry of Frank Williams. With its stone-clad neo-classical design and Art Deco embellishments, Trump Parc East rises 14-stories on the cusp of Central Park, and houses 81 of New York City’s most sought-after high-rise residences.
Identified by their high-beamed ceilings, wood burning fireplaces, oversized windows, and herringbone wood floors, Trump Parc East 79 homes are not only some of the most noteworthy, but sought-after in New York City. Situated on the south end of Central Park, Trump Parc East offers not only limitless access to New York City’s finest outdoor recreation, but also the vibrant spread of dining, boutiques, theaters, and entertainment amidst the excitement of Midtown Manhattan.