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Madison Square Park Tower (Rendering credit: Moso Studio) Madison Square Park Tower (Rendering credit: Moso Studio)
At Madison Square Park Tower, superior design is a hallmark both inside and out. The striking design by Kohn Pedersen Fox features a 75-foot-wide granite base before rising into an asymmetrical, faceted glass tower inspired by the nearby Flatiron Building. Inside, all 83 apartments boast interiors by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, excellent light and views from multiple exposures, open chef’s kitchens, beautifully finished baths, and a choice of stain color for wood floors and cabinetry.
Martin Brudnizki Design Studio is best known for its work with private clubs like Annabel’s in London and Soho Beach House in Miami, and that approach was taken at Madison Square Park Tower as well. In addition to the apartment interiors, the firm was also behind five levels of next-level amenities that were recently unveiled. From the lobby-level library to the fifty-fourth-floor lounge known as FIFTY FOUR, all areas are infused with sumptuous style and luxurious finishes.
With a price of $77.7 million, the triplex penthouse is one of the largest and most expensive homes ever listed in downtown history. Additional listings range from $2.25 million for a one-bedroom to $17.995 million for a four-bedroom. According to CityRealty listings, Madison Square Park Tower’s average price of $3,309 per square foot puts it well above the Flatiron/Union Square median of $2,046 per square foot.
Madison-Square-Park-Tower Madison Square Park Tower's triplex penthouse (MOSO Studio)
The incredible living room
Madison-Square-park=Tower-004 The view north over Madison Square Park towards Midtown (Evan Joseph)

The library’s spiral staircase leads to a mezzanine filled with a selection of books curated by the building’s developer.

45-East-22nd-Street-2 Library (All photos below credit of Evan Joseph)

A fitness center curated by The Wright Fit includes cardio, weights, boxing, and a yoga/training studio.

45-East-22nd-Street-3 Yoga and training room

A university club-inspired basketball half-court has double-height ceilings, custom millwork, and upholstered panel walls.

45-East-22nd-Street-4 Basketball half-court

A colorful children’s playroom features areas for crafts and play, as well as a pantry and designated stroller space.

45-East-22nd-Street-5 Playroom

With options ranging from baseball and hockey to carnival games and Zombie Dodgeball, the simulator room is miles ahead of the golf simulator typically found in luxury buildings.

45-East-22nd-Street-6 Simulator room

The lounge’s card room is highly reminiscent of an Old-World private club, and its dining area flows seamlessly onto a landscaped terrace.

45-East-22nd-Street-7 Lounge

FIFTY FOUR offers seating and dining areas, a demonstration kitchen, and spectacular skyline views throughout.

45-East-22nd-Street-04 The FIFTY FOUR lounge near the top of the tower
45-East-22nd-Street-8 Lounge area
45-East-22nd-Street-9 Kitchen
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