Residence 67B at One57 on Billionaire’s Row is being listed for $25 million by Douglas Elliman agents, Anthony Barillo, Fredrik Eklund, John Gomes and Steven Giles. The grand-scale pad spans half of the building’s 67th floor, with breathtaking views of Central Park and the city.Read More
Extell Development’s Central Park Tower, which is soon to be the tallest building in the world, has officially listed a selection of units as construction powers towards an early summer top off with the first anticipated closings in Q1 2020.Read More
Hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin, founder and CEO of Citadel, has closed on his penthouse at 220 Central Park South for $238 million. The deal represents the most expensive home ever sold in the United States and follows just days after his purchase of 3 Carlton Gardens in London for $122 million.Read More
A mansion in the sky penthouse has just hit the market at Central Park South’s Southmoor House, located 230 Central Park South. The home has been featured in over 25 movies and television shows, everyone from Ricky Martin to Martin Scorsese to Steven Spielberg to Sarah Jessica Parker has worked in the incredible residence.Read More
Nationally acclaimed real estate development firm Extell Development Company has announced the launch of sales at the highly-anticipated Central Park Tower which will soon be the tallest residential building in the world.Read More
Extell Development Company announced a sales milestone for its record-selling ONE57 building, surpassing $73 million in transactions in the first quarter of 2018, from five contracts alone. ONE57 is home to the record-breaking $100M sale and redefined the New York City skyline on what is now known as Billionaire’s Row.Read More
Agents Nick Agostinelli, Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes of Douglas Elliman have listed a stunning, custom-made apartment at 160 Central Park South. Located on the 33rd floor of the J.W. Marriot Essex House, residence 3301 offers breathtaking panoramic views and luxurious design.Read More
Michael Dell, founder and CEO of Dell Technologies, has been revealed as the buyer of the record $100.5 million penthouse atop One57, as per a report by the Wall Street Journal. The sale, which rounds out to $9,200 SF, broke the record $88 million when first announced in May 2012 before closing in 2014.Read More
One57, the record-breaking 90-story tower designed by Christian de Portzamparc that started Billionaire's Row, has just unveiled 61B, its latest uber-luxe sky-high residence. 61B was designed by celebrated design firm Jeffrey Beers International and he unit is available for purchase complete with furniture for $29 million.Read More
PROFILEnyc had the exclusive opportunity to tour the fast-rising ultra-luxury, supertall residential tower 53W53 with David Penick, Managing Director at Hines, and discuss with him the fast-rising Manhattan skyline and what it takes to bring such an iconic building to New York City.Read More
Vladislav Doronin's Aman New York has released new info on the planned condominium part of the luxury hotel project in the Crown Building. The condo portion of the development will start on the 11th floor and pricing will start at $5.9 million for a 1-bedroom, 1,149 SF unit.Read More
53W53 has released new renderings of both the Jean Nouvel-designed exterior and Theirry Despont-designed interiors as construction has reached the 58th floor. 53W53 features 145 residences which range in size from 1-to-5 bedrooms, including full floor homes and duplex penthouses with private elevators.Read More
Sheldon Solow has revealed the first renderings of his new condominium tower located at 7 West 57th Street, next door to his iconic 9 West 57th Street. 7 West 57th is designed by Hill West Architects and will rise 237', 19-floors, and will feature 16-condominium units.Read More
Lawrence Stroll, the multi-billionaire fashion-mogul behind the Michael Kors IPO in 2011 and father of Formula 1 driver Lance Stroll, has listed his One57 pad for $70 million. Stroll first purchased the 85th floor unit in 2014 for $55.6 million.Read More
The Ritz-Carlton's ‘Versailles in The Sky’ has finally sold for $25 million, close to a 50% discount off of the original list price of $50 million in 2012. The unit was owned by Financier Howard Marks who will move into his 740 Park Avenue Co-Op which he purchased for $52.5 million in 2012.Read More
Steinway Hall’s restored facade at 111 West 57th Street has been revealed as JDS & Property Markets Group move forward with construction of the skinny, luxury residential supertall on Billionaire's Row. 111 West 57th Street was designed by SHoP Architects who had to integrate the historical Steinway Hall, which was originally designed in 1925 by Warren & Wetmore and served as the legendary piano company's headquarters until 2014, into the new building's design. The historical building will serve as the resident's entry and private porte cochère.
111 West 57th Street will feature full floor and duplex apartments with 360-degree views and unparalleled views of Central Park. The tower will rise 1,400' when completed it will be among the tallest towers in the city and the most slender skyscraper in the world. SHoP's design for the tower form multiplies the set-back to present a feathered profile. The terra-cotta facades and bronze filigree aim to bring back the quality, materiality and details of historic New York towers, while taking advantage of the latest technology to push the limits of engineering and fabrication. 111 West 57th Street is being developed in partnership with Property Markets Group and is being built by JDS Construction Group. Completion is expected in early 2019.
Billionaire's Row has another stunning listing at One57, located at 157 West 57th St. Residence 77 has hit the market for $52 million. The unit features 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, spread over 6,240 SF. Residence 77 features interior design by Danish designer Thomas Juul-Hansen, private elevators, 11'9" ceilings with floor-to-ceiling glass, immaculate views of Central Park up through the George Washington Bridge, Brazilian Rosewood floors, chef's kitchen, and Crestron smart-home technology. One57 was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Christian de Portzamparc features access to personal services of Park Hyatt's new 5-star flagship hotel which is located in the building. One57 amenities include 24-hour doorman and concierge, private dining room, full catering kitchen, library with billiards room and 24' aquarium, arts and crafts atelier room, screening and performance room, private fitness center and yoga studio, discreet additional 58th Street entry, onsite parking garage, and pet wash room. One57 residents also have access to the Park Hyatt Hotel services and amenities, with direct access by elevator to the hotel's indoor swimming pool, spa, and restaurant. Residence 77 is currently listed for $52 million with Robert Dvorin, Young Lee, Ian Wolf, and Leah Beswick of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
After a nearly 18 month search, Extell Development, led by visionary Gary Barnett, are closing in on securing a $900 million construction loan for Central Park Tower led by JPMorgan Chase. The loan, if finalized, would be one of the largest during the current development cycle. Central Park Tower is located on Billionaires' Row on Central Park South. The project is the first of its kind with a $4.02 billion sell-out for the ultra-luxury condo tower. Central Park Tower will be designed by Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, rising 1,550 feet and will feature 179 luxury condo units.
The Extell developed One57 on Central Park South's premier Billionaire's Row, has been hit with a second foreclosure in under 3 months timeframe. This one may set a foreclosure record for New York as the owners have defaulted on a mortgage for their $50.9 million purchase of Apartment 79, which closed in 2015. The buyer's took a $35.3 million loan which was supposed to be repaid in full within 1 year. The full-floor penthouse unit spans 6,240 SF and was the 8th most expensive unit in the building at the time of sale. The foreclosure is a bank forced sale to recover the principal loan amount plus interest. Earlier this year the 56th floor was auctioned off after the buyer's defaulted on a $20.9 million loan.
Tommy Hilfiger has decided to keep his duplex penthouse at The Plaza after a 10-year on and off again effort to sell the condo. It was just previously listed for $58.9 million before he cancelled the listing, also seeing listing for $50 million, $80 million, $75 million and $69 million between 2008 and 2017 produce no buyers at the desired asking price. The highly-styled unit is 5,600 SF and features 4 bedrooms, a gourmet kitchen, "New York Times" old-style office, "dome room" breakfast area, and prime views of Central Park. The penthouse was most previously listed with Douglas Elliman.