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After bumps and delays largely stemming from local advocates determined to preserve their own views and investments, construction and marketing of 200 Amsterdam is back in full swing with delivery anticipated for this summer. The 52-story, 668-foot-condo is the tallest on the Upper West Side and offers most buyers of its 112 one- to five-bedroom homes sweeping views of Manhattan's west side and/or Central Park.

Occupying the top 12 floors of the granite, limestone, and glass-clad structure is the "Penthouse Collection," a series of full-floor and duplex homes ranging from 4,000 to 6,500 square feet in size. More recently, the SJP Properties-led team released the collection's crowning penthouse units — a pair of four-bedroom duplexes priced from $38 million. Each penthouse features uninterrupted floor-to-ceiling windows, a custom white oak and glass staircase, as well as a private elevator. Take a tour of these envy-inducing spreads below.


↓ Soaring 668 feet high between West 69th and 70th street, 200 Amsterdam is the tallest building on the Upper West Side, eclipsing the long-standing spires of The Park Millennium and Trump International. The 750-foot-tall Time Warner Center is typically considered to be in Midtown.


↓ Residents enter into a tranquil lobby of rich materials, fully-attended by a doorman, concierge, and staff.


↓ The building's terraced design by Elkus Manfredi Architects is said to be influenced by Art Deco architecture and the treasured pre-war buildings of Central Park West. CetraRuddy partnered with the firm for the interiors.

200-Amsterdam-Avenue-04 All renderings of 200 Amsterdam credit to Binyan Studios via SJP Properties

↓ The Penthouse Collection begins on the 41st floor and is comprised of eight full floor and two duplex homes. Prices start at $17.5M.


↓ The 10 homes have expansive three- and four-bedroom layouts that are entered through a private elevator.


↓ The two duplex penthouses have private vestibules and grand foyers with white ice marble floors.


↓ Glass-cornered great rooms with combined living and dining spaces serve as "urban observatories" and are anchored by a stone fireplace.


↓ Homes have marvelous views in every direction. This great room has north-facing exposures with a panorama that includes the Upper West Side, the Hudson River, and George Washington Bridge.


↓ Select homes feature east-facing terraces and balconies that overlook Central Park and the city. Pre-war icons such as The San Remo, The Oliver Cromwell, and The Majestic frame park views.


↓ With a direct connection to the great room, eat-in kitchens are inspired by the historic mansions of Newport and are configured for modern gathering.


↓ Kitchens feature a marble-clad hood and Calacatta marble island with waterfall edge, white oak cabinetry with satin nickel hardware, and high-end appliances by Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Miele.


↓ Corner primary bedrooms feature a midnight bar and an under-counter refrigerator for late-night munchies.


↓ En-suite primary baths have a Calacatta Cielo marble feature wall, white Ice marble and lacquer double vanity, a freestanding soaking tub, and a spa-inspired steam shower.


↓ Dedicated study, den, or library spaces provide a more intimate salon setting, but still offer stunning views.


↓ 200 Amsterdam Avenue’s proximity to Lincoln Center inspired the amenity suite to include a professional-grade music rehearsal room, a children’s playroom decorated in a musical motif, and a complimentary one-year membership to the world-famous performing arts center.


↓ Other bells and whistles include a 75’ indoor saltwater pool, sauna and steam room, gym curated by The Wright Fit, wood-paneled library, and club room with a billiards table.

Swimming Pool
Fitness Center
Residents' Library

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