The seven-unit prewar conversion, located next to the Plaza Hotel, began sales in October 2013. The residences consist of six full-floor homes and a duplex penthouse, which entered the market with an asking price of $26.5 million.
The 2,943-square-foot penthouse is still available, with a current asking price of $24.91 million, or $8,464 per square foot. The three-bedroom duplex has three terraces measuring a total of 909 square feet — one extending from the great room, another from the master bedroom suite and a last terrace off the library, with an adjacent wet bar.
Every apartment features walnut herringbone wood flooring, Central Park views from the living room and a full-wall, custom-built bookcase surrounding a decorative fireplace. The kitchens have stainless steel appliances and wine storage by Miele, Carrara marble countertops and Siematic lacquer bacinets.
Previously, Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing was leading sales at the building.