Manhattan apartment with Central Park frontage hits the market for $23 million


An apartment at 15 Central Park West has been listed for sale for $23 million.


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An apartment at 15 Central Park West, one of New York’s most prestigious addresses, has gone on sale for $23 million.

The fifth-floor unit has 3,486 square feet of living space and nearly 50 feet of Central Park frontage, according to the listing released last week by Kyle Blackmon of Compass.

“[The] the fifth floor offers an elegant view of the park’s tree line,” Mr. Blackmon said. “It’s the perfect line of sight for the Thanksgiving Parade.”

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The home features four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, a formal dining room, and a kitchen equipped with high-end appliances and a breakfast area. Throughout, it features high ceilings and herringbone oak hardwood floors, according to the listing.

Additionally, a 365-square-foot studio with a full bathroom and kitchenette can be purchased for an additional $1.65 million. These studios “rarely come to market and can only be purchased by residents of the building,” Mr. Blackmon said.

The seller, a limited liability company, bought the apartment new for more than $5.7 million in 2008, property records show.

Designed by architect Robert AM Stern in the Lincoln Square neighborhood in 2007, 15 Central Park West comprises two buildings: The House, where this apartment is located, is 19 stories high; and The Tower, which rises 37 stories.

Building amenities include a 24-hour doorman and concierge, a playground with front desk staff, a fitness center with an indoor pool lit by a 75-foot skylight, a library, a conference room, a private theatre, a billiard room, a children’s playroom and a private restaurant.

As one of New York’s most expensive residential buildings, its current or former famous residents include British singer Sting, fashion designer Elie Tahari, former Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein, and Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev. .

This article first appeared on Mansion Global.


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