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Approaching completion with occupancy anticipated this year, Extell Development's Central Park Tower offers the highest residences in the world with the convenience of Nordstrom’s department store, spa, and six restaurants downstairs. The 135-story, 1,550-foot-tower currently has nine publically-listed condominiums priced from $8.5M to $65.5M. Among them is Residence 115, a five-bedroom 7,000-square foot apartment that is said to offer a perfect balance of space, privacy, and dramatic views.
Floorplan of Central Park Tower, Residence #115
Elevated 1,192 feet above street level the home provides jaw-dropping views in every direction, boasting a versatile layout with more than 100 linear feet of Central Park frontage. Along the southern exposure, overlooking Midtown is an oversized kitchen fitted with custom cabinetry by Smallbone of Devizes and Miele appliances.

Unlike other Billionaires' Row supertowers, the master suite wraps the entire western exposure and features a formal sitting room and oversized en-suite bath. its flexible layout allows the owner to place the sleeping quarters either facing Midtown or north to the park. The great room, known as 'The Grand Salon,' measures 50 feet long and is positioned along the eastern wing. With three exposures, the space features both park and downtown views. A flexible space overlooking the park can accommodate a library or entertaining lounge. Take a spin through the home's out-of-this-world views.
Grand Salon

↓ You can see three states, five boroughs, and all eight of the city's major suspension bridges from the apartment.

↓ Currently, only seven buildings in the city stand higher than the residence: The Empire State Building, 111 West 57th Street, 432 Park, 30 Hudson Yards, the spire of the Bank of America Building, One Vanderbilt, and One World Trade Center.

Central park Tower views All photos of Central Park Tower #115 courtesy of Extell Development Company via Corcoran

↓ Plan your weekend itinerary from your window -- whether it be a trip to the American Museum of Natural History (yellow crane), the MET, brunch at the Boat House, or bike ride up the Hudson.

↓ Views north beyond Central Park include White Plains, Connectcut, and the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge

↓ While certainly not high enough to perceive the earth's curvature, you can clearly see the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge whose engineers had to take into account the earth's curve. The bridge towers are 1-5/8 inch farther apart at the top than at the bottom.

↓While the office towers are dimmer than usual, Times Square is not.

↓ No better seat to watch the ball drop than you're own 'sitting room.'

↓ Rivaling supertalls with 111 West 57th Street, 432 Park, 53W53 (thanks Amanda Burden), and One Vanderbilt. Once upon a time the Chrysler Building, 30 Rock, and Citicorp Center were the salient Midtown icons.

↓ Beautiful northeast view of the Upper East Side and your future pied-à-terre on Riker's Island (kidding). Also, watch planes take off from LaGuardia Airport.

↓ The crescendoing 'Steinway Tower' looks melodious from this angle.

↓ Time Warner Center looks adorable from up here. When it was built in 2003 (when AOL was a thing), it was the most expensive building ever built in the nation at $1.8 billion. Central Park Tower costs over $3B ($2.1B in 2003 dollars)

↓ Two world's tallest buildings would have be in this view if it weren't for UWS 'neighborhood activists'

↓ You can almost make out the Pacific Ocean (iconic 1976 New Yorker cover).

↓ The massive glass towers of Hudson Yards gobbling up Manhattan's West Side. The apartment is 61 feet higher than the Edge observation deck.

↓ Sunsets over Jersey with the Hudson aglow

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