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https://therealdeal.com/new-york/202...extell-record/

Central Park Tower PH in contract for over $100M in Extell record
Deal marks developer’s “most expensive residence” ever sold: Gary Barnett








https://nypost.com/2024/01/18/real-e...nyc-penthouse/

A mystery buyer is paying more than $100M for this NYC penthouse on Billionaires’ Row


By Hannah Frishberg
Jan. 18, 2024


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An anonymous, deep-pocketed buyer is shelling out a cool nine digits for a prime duplex on Manhattan’s Billionaires’ Row.

The glam spread at Extell Development’s Central Park Tower has entered contract for north of $100 million, the Wall Street Journal first reported on Wednesday.

Located at 217 W. 57th St., the unit consumes the 107th and 108th floors — and boasts 30-foot high ceilings, sweeping views of Central Park, two terraces, seven bedrooms and more than 12,500 square feet of space.

It initially listed last year for $175 million, a price tag that was recently cut to $149.5 million.

The unidentified buyer paid significantly less than that last ask, but “quite a bit” more than $100 million, Extell Development chairman Gary Barnett told the Journal, declining to reveal the buyer but noting, “It’s the most expensive residence we’ve ever sold.”
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Once it goes through, the Central Park Tower purchase will mark New York City’s first sale of more than $100 million in more than a year.

The last one was in 2022, when Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen got $101 million for two Upper East Side units — and before that in 2021, when hedge funder Daniel Och got nearly $190 million for his 220 Central Park South penthouse in one of the biggest residential deals ever recorded in New York.

Still, this forthcoming transaction is miles away from billionaire Ken Griffin’s record-setting 2019 purchase of a Billionaire’s Row abode at nearby 220 Central Park South for approximately $238 million, the most ever paid for a home in the US.

Central Park Tower is also home to an even more high-gloss penthouse that listed for sale in late 2022 for a sky-high $250 million. A sale at that price would have eclipsed Griffin’s record. However, similar to this now-in-contract home, that crown jewel lowered its stratospheric ask to a still-high $195 million a year later.


















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That’s over $9k/sf. That’s a pretty impressive figure.
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I'll never understand what the fascination is with " views of central park" , the park looks like a large lawn with a few hills and trees from 105 floors up, if I'm going to spend a 100 million I wanna see a never-ending sea of skyscrapers when I look out my window (king of the world)

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I'll never understand what the fascination is with " views of central park" , the park looks like a large lawn with a few hills and trees from 105 floors up, if I'm going to spend a 100 million I wanna see a never-ending sea of skyscrapers when I look out my window (king of the world)
pretty, pretty sure there are more windows and they get those common city views as well.

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https://nypost.com/2024/06/19/real-e...r-a-cool-115m/

This Billionaires’ Row aerie has sold for $115M — NYC’s biggest deal in years





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June 19, 2024


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A glittering residence inside Central Park Tower — the world’s tallest residential building — has sold for a breathtaking $115 million.

“I think the duplex is one of the nicest residences in the world. That is why it traded for that number,” Gary Barnett, the building’s developer — who was also behind nearby One57, also on Billionaires’ Row — told Gimme Shelter of the dwelling.

“The living room and dining room have 30-foot-high ceilings, and a spectacular layout. The price is more of a testimony to the building than anything else. It’s very special,” added Barnett, the founder and president of Extell Development Company.

It’s also the city’s highest-priced sale since 2021, noted Douglas Elliman broker and reality TV star Fredrik Eklund, who represented the buyer with John Gomes and Kent Wu, and announced the closing on social media.

“The penthouse at Central Park Tower just SOLD & CLOSED at $115,000,000 and marks the BIGGEST DEAL IN NEW YORK since 2021!” Eklund wrote on Instagram.

The Real Deal was the first to report the closing, which has not yet hit city records.

The seven-bedroom spread is on the building’s 107th and 108th floors — and news of the purchase first broke early this year when it entered contract for more than $100 million.

The building stands at 217 W. 57th St. The 131-story structure measures a neck-bending 1,550 feet tall.

At a sprawling 12,557 square feet, this dreamy duplex features picture-perfect Central Park and city skyine views through massive windows. It also comes with statement spiral stairs, a private elevator, an eat-in chef’s kitchen, a library, three floor-to-ceiling glass walls and two terraces that total 240 square feet — for those who aren’t afraid of heights.
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While the deep-pocketed new owner’s name is still masked, buyers in the building are a mix of New Yorkers and foreign nationals, Barnett told Gimme.

The duplex first hit the market for $175 million last year, before it was slashed to $149.5 million.

For those buyers who feel they missed out on the trade, the building’s penthouse triplex is currently on the market for $195 million — down from its initial $250 million asking price in 2022. That penthouse, on the 129th to 131st floors, is a staggering 17,545 square feet.

The city’s last $100 million-plus purchase was in 2022, when the estate of the late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen sold two co-ops at 4 E. 66th St. for $101 million. A year earlier, in 2021, billionaire Daniel Och sold his 220 Central Park South penthouse for $188 million to the family firm of Alibaba billionaire Joe Tsai, who already owned two other units in the tower.

The city’s most expensive residential sale remains hedge funder Ken Griffin’s purchase of multiple condos in the middle of 220 Central Park South for $238 million in 2019 — four stories over 24,000 square feet, from the 50th to 53rd floors.
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The prices per square foot that are obtained in these supertall towers are unprecedented. No city gets $9k/sf+. SF gets only about $1k/sf.
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A reminder that not everything needs to be sky high (though that helps)….


https://www.mansionglobal.com/articl...-135m-4d2d2b1a

Aman New York Penthouse Sells for $135 Million—the City’s Biggest Deal This Year
The five-story unit is one of 22 residences above the hotel in the historic Crown Building






BY CHAVA GOURARIE
JULY 9, 2024


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A five-story penthouse unit at the Aman New York has closed for $135 million, making it the most expensive sale in New York this year, edging out the $115 million duplex at Central Park Tower, which closed last month.

The 12,500-square-foot unit is one of 22 rarified residences above the Aman New York hotel in the historic Crown Building in Manhattan, located along Billionaire’s Row at Fifth Avenue and West 57th Street. Five units in the building have sold for above $50 million, and one sold for $75.8 million in 2022.
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In 2018, when sales launched at the Beaux-Arts landmark, the unit, then called the Crown Penthouse, went into contract for $180 million, which at the time, would have been New York’s most expensive sale ever. But the deal never closed.

The pricing on the previous offer was “for a fully built-out unit,” which accounts for the difference in price, an OKO spokesperson said.

“The $135 million sale of the Penthouse at Aman New York underscores the desirability and appeal of Aman and the iconic Crown Building,” the spokesperson added. “We continue to entertain significant demand for Aman New York’s residences, even as the building’s units are fully committed.”
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