New looks and pricing details for Extell’s Central Park Tower
New rendering of Central Park Tower’s indoor pool, via Extell
In March, Extell Development’s supertall on Billionaires’ Row became the tallest residential tower in the world, surpassing the 1,396-foot-tall 432 Park Avenue. Now, ahead of Central Park Tower’s official topping out scheduled this summer, the developers have released new renderings of its exclusive amenity space, including the indoor pool and full-service lobby. And a handful of the building’s 179 residences will be listed for the first time next week, ranging from a two-bedroom for $6.9 million to a five-bedroom for $63 million.
While sales launched last October at the tower, pricing had not been released. It was reported in 2017 that 20 of the units will list for $60 million and higher, with a penthouse for $95 million. With a predicted sellout of more than $4 billion, Central Park Tower is on track to become the country’s most expensive condo project ever.
On May 21, Extell will market seven of the units for the first time, offering a look at just how pricey the tower’s two- to eight-bedroom residences will list. According to a spokesperson for the project, the listings will range from a $6.9 million two-bedroom on the 33rd floor to a $63 million five-bedroom on one of the tower’s highest floors. First closings are expected in the first quarter of 2020.
Designed by Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, the 1,550-foot tower features a glass and steel facade and three full floors of residential amenities. The developer has dubbed the amenity space as the Central Park Club, most likely due to its sheer size.
The exclusive club measures 50,000 square feet and includes a 14th-floor outdoor terrace with a swimming pool, a health and wellness center and indoor pool on the 16th floor, and a massive ballroom with a cigar bar and private dining area on the marketed 100th floor. The base of the building contains a seven-story Nordstrom flagship store.
Residences were designed with views in mind, with many corner units overlooking Central Park and beyond. Units will boast spacious floor plans, floor-to-ceiling windows, and top-of-the-line appliances.
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Renderings courtesy of Extell Development