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Central Park Tower

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$250,000,000
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217 West 57th Street, New York, NY
Condo
179 Units, 131 Stories
2 - 8 Bedrooms
Complete
From 17545 SqFt
$14249 per SqFt

Overview

Central Park Tower is a new condo community By Extell Development Company and SMI USA at 217 West 57th Street, New York. Available units range in price from $250,000,000 to $250,000,000. Central Park Tower has a total of 179 units. Sizes start at 17545 square feet.
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Central Park Tower details

Building Type:Condo
Ownership:Condominium
Selling Status:Selling
Construction Status:Complete
Builder(s): By Extell Development Company and SMI USA
Interior Designer(s): By Rottet Studio
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Pricing and fees

Available unit price:
From $250,000,000 to $250,000,000
C.C/maint:
$1.54 Per SqFt per Month
Cost to purchase parking:
-
Cost to purchase storage:
-
Average price per sqft:
$14249 per SqFt
Co-op fee realtors:
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Amenities
Private Park
Poolside Bar
Residents Lounge
Sky Lounge
Cabana Deck
Sports Court
Billiards Table
Indoor Pool and Spa
Wine Cellar
Outdoor Swimming Pool
Screening Room
Ballroom
Private Gated Entry
Fitness Center
Attended Lobby
Private Restaurant
Concierge Service
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Features and finishes

Intelligent Design Meets Grand Living
The living and entertaining spaces are positioned in the corners of the residences to maximize multiple panoramas and citywide views.
With expansive dimensions, walls of glass, and soaring ceiling heights, each home graciously accommodates gatherings both large and small.

Interiors by Rottet Studio
The internationally lauded residential and hospitality firm, designer of choice for Four Seasons resorts, composed meticulous living and entertaining spaces and primary suites that seamlessly accommodate any design aesthetic, from traditional to contemporary.

Luxury of Choice
Impeccably designed and brilliantly appointed, the kitchens and bathrooms are offered in light and dark palates, precisely tailored and rich in materiality. Kitchens pair bespoke Smallbone cabinetry with chef’s caliber Miele appliances. Strikingly glamorous bathrooms are finished with the finest imported stones, custom millwork and Dornbracht fittings and fixtures.
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Central Park Tower marketing summary

The Highest Residences In the World
Over a decade of planning and collaborating between architect Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, the global authority of Supertall design, resulted in the tallest residential tower ever realized. Refined and iconic, the facade reflects a dynamic spectrum of color and light as the sun moves across the building’s surface.

A Vision Realized
Rising 1,550 feet, Central Park Tower is a feat of modern engineering. A state-of-the-art combination of stratospheric views, exceptional architecture, gracious layouts, and hotel-style service make Central Park Tower the ultimate urban resort.

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Central Park Tower sales center

Address: 217 West 57th Street, New York, NY 10019
Availability:

Monday - Sunday: By appointment

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Contact: Request more information

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