Skip to Content
CityRealty Logo


 Rendering of Central Park Tower from Central Park (Extell Development/ AS+GG), Rendering of Central Park Tower from Central Park (Extell Development/ AS+GG),
We were prepared to have our necks craned looking up at Central Park Tower, but now our jaws are dropping upon learning the details of the supertall tower’s 179 condos. The Real Deal got their hands on the initial offering plan revealing the tower’s beyond-belief layouts and lavish amenity package. The building is the priciest condo development ever attempted in the city and is projecting a $4 billion sellout including the hotel and Nordstrom on lower levels.
TRD reports that the average price per square for units listed is $7,106. Twenty-six of the homes are priced over $9,000 a square foot and 20 are priced north of $60M.
The most expensive unit listed so far is Unit 53, a four-bed, 7,984-square-foot spread with an ask of $95 million. Spanning the full floor, the home comes with a private elevator lobby, a 2,000-square-foot terrace and an outdoor pool 360-degree views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline. Like most units in the building, the home will provide incredible views of Central Park and the skyline and will be outfitted with white oak floors and appliances from Miele and Sub-Zero.
221-West-57th-Street-02 Floorplan of Unit 53 (via The Real Deal
CPT-3 Triplex penthouse, Unit 129 (via The Real Deal)
Three of the most spectacular spreads are listed without a price. One of which is the crowning penthouse, Unit 129. The nearly 16,000-square-foot layout has seven bedrooms, a terrace covering 1,433 square feet and a 1,647-square-foot private elevator lobby. The sky palace also has a media room, library, observatory, grand salon, gym and a private ballroom.
Central-Park-TOwer-04 Amenity floors on the 14th and 100th floors (via The Real Deal)
Residential amenities will be spread across three floors. On the 100th floor, there will be a cigar bar, a private dining room and a grand ballroom with seating for 126. The “Central Park Club” on the 14th floor will have more standard perks such as a resident’s lounge with a screening room, conference room, and play area. A landscaped terrace will feature a 60-foot pool, lawn and two gardens and the 16th floor will accommodate a 63-foot indoor swimming pool, fitness center and spa. TRD also notes there will be 103 storage units of varying sizes priced between $85,000 and $300,000.
Central-Park-Tower-02 Central Park Tower (Extell Development/ AS+GG),
Construction of the 1,550-foot-tall building is progressing swiftly, especially now that developer, Gary Barnett has secured a $900 million construction loan from JPMorgan Chase. The building is jostling with several other “Billionaire’s Row” towers that include Extell’s own One57, Stephen Roth’s 220 Central Park South and Michael Stern’s 111 West 57th Street. Central Park Tower is expecting residential move-in in 2020 and the 7-level Nordstrom at its base will fully open in 2019.
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Schedule an Appointment
To tour this property, just complete the information below.
  1. Your message (optional)
  2. Your name
  3. Your phone
  4. Your email address
Or call us at (212) 755-5544

Additional Info About the Building

New Developments Editor Ondel Hylton Ondel is a lifelong New Yorker and comprehensive assessor of the city's dynamic urban landscape.
Book a Tour or get more information about any of these properties