Extell's Central Park Tower is now on the rise on Billionaires' Row, with an estimated completion date of 2019. Developer Gary Barnett reported that Extell had secured $168 million in EB-5 funds for Central Park Tower, bringing them closer to the $1.2 billion in total funding the project is estimated to cost. Up to $340 million can be raised via EB-5 funds. Extell also brought in SMI USA, the US subsidiary of Shanghai Municipal Investment, as co-developers on the project. The supertall condominium is located at 225 West 57th street and will rise 1,550 feet. Sales will launch in late 2017, contrary to neighbor 111 West 57th Street, which has pushed their sales launch for their tower until 2018. Central Park Tower will be designed by Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, the same team who designed Dubai's Burj Khalifa (2,722 feet), and the world’s future tallest tower, Jeddah Tower (3,307 feet) in Saudi Arabia. The building will feature a 7-story Nordstrom as the feature tenant of the ground floor retail tower.