160 Central Park South
The JW Marriott Essex House
The JW Marriott Essex House, originally a hotel, was designed by Frank Grad and called Park Tower and then the Seville Towers. 40 Stories high, it is well known among the Central Park South buildings because of its name written in large letters on its roof. It is a skyscraper famous and well-known for its name and gorgeous Art Deco style. For a number of decades, the well-lit name of the Jumeirah Essex House has been considered as a skyline highlights in the area. Though it is not visible when you pass by the street, it is dramatically beautiful from afar.
Transformed into a condominium and serving as that as well as a hotel in 1974, The Jumeirah Essex House has 15% hotel rooms to serve their guests. They only provide the best hotel services, most of which are free where residents and guests can enjoy. The structure is managed and maintained by the Jumeirah Hospitality and Leisure of Dubai Investment.