Renderings courtesy of Extell Development Company
As Extell Development’s Central Park Tower nears the finish line, newly released renderings of the Billionaires’ Row supertall are giving us a peek into the private residential club that will occupy the 100th floor with a suite of high-end amenities. Reaching over 1,000 feet in the sky, the amenity space, called the Central Park Club, will be the highest lounge of its kind in the world, offering hard-to-beat views over Billionaires’ Row and Central Park.
The club will be open to all residents and spans over 8,300 square feet with a dining room, private ballroom, a bar, a full-service kitchen helmed by Michelin-star chefs, and wine and cigar lounges. The 100th floor was designed by Rottet Studio, who also designed the building’s residential interiors.
The 100th floor is considered the “heart” of the building’s extensive amenity package—dubbed the Central Park Club—which continues on floors 14 and 16. Additional amenities include an expansive outdoor terrace with a swimming pool and cabanas, a private screening room, a children’s playground, and a full floor of fitness and spa amenities, including an indoor pool.
The building’s base holds a massive Nordstrom’s that opened to the public late last year. The seven-story flagship was designed by James Carpenter Design Associates (JCDA) and features a distinctive wavy glass facade that sets it apart from the rest of the tower.
The tower is expected to be completed late this year and more of the 179 residences will hit the market in the months to come. The handful of listings that were released last year ranged from a $6.9 million two-bedroom to a $63 million five-bedroom. Despite declining luxury condo sales, Extell is predicting a sellout of more than $4 billion, making it the country’s most expensive condo tower.
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Renderings courtesy of Extell
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