The Kiska wants the residents to feel exclusivity and privacy. This is why the building is designed to have just one apartment unit per floor. Residents can enjoy their own floor and can also have private elevator landings. Once inside the residence, there is a great view of the Central Park because all windows are facing this New York landmark. Unlike the apartment building surrounding the area, the Kiska is relatively new and in very good condition. The topmost part of the building lights up at night and is located among the most prestigious and popular residential buildings in the area. One of the notable characteristics of the building is the curved-glass windows that nicely contrast with the red brick building. The interior of the apartments are traditionally designed with entryways made of marble, quarters for maids, floors made of r rosewood and fireplaces that can accommodate wood burning. Public transportation is easy in the area with accessible cross town bus services and a subway station.