Available: front-row seating, for the great October show.
Autumn is here, and the city begins it's yearly seasonal change, which will offer some of the most colorful sights and vistas, people from all over the world come to experience, first hand.
Central Park is always inviting, but there is a special mood of poignancy to the fall of the year, yielding long peaceful walks and thoughtful contemplation, still with the awareness of the countdown to the icy gray of winter.
In the 1930's, several prominent twin-towered apartment buildings, along Central Park West, set a very high bar for their sense of drama, and dazzling luxury.
The San Remo (1930), at 27 stories, has become an iconic, area landmark, for it's remarkable stature and wonderful views, out, to Central Park.
But in our case, we are outside looking in, and seating is, as always, first come, first served.