Steve Wynn Seeks $90 Million for Central Park South Penthouse; Miami’s Aston Martin Residences Unveils $59 Million Triplex Penthouse
Dec 21, 2022 | By: Ameena Walker
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Miami’s Aston Martin Residences Unveils $59 Million Triplex Penthouse
A series of new renderings have revealed the anticipated triplex penthouse at Miami’s Aston Martin Residences. The behemoth apartment, named “Unique,” spans an impressive 19,868 square feet with seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, double-height ceilings, and 7,300 square feet of outdoor space that accommodates a private pool. The home also includes a spa, an elevator, and a rare Aston Martin Vulcan that comes with the purchase.
According to Forbes, completion of the 391-residence building is slated for early 2023, and just 10 homes remain available for purchase.
Steve Wynn Seeks $90 Million for Central Park South Penthouse
Casino magnate Steve Wynn is rolling the dice on his 50 Central Park South duplex and hoping to unload it for a whopping $90 million, reports the Real Deal. The 10,875-square-foot apartment resides on the 30th and 31st floors of The Ritz-Carlton and was purchased by Wynn in 2012 for $70 million.
The three-bedroom abode is accessed by a private elevator and boasts 15-foot-high ceilings, arched windows that overlook Central Park, a marble staircase, and two terraces with stunning views of Manhattan. Amenities at the Emery Roth-designed building include the La Prairie spa and health club, a business center, the Contour Bar and Lounge, in-room dining services, housekeeping, and additional perks from The Ritz-Carlton Hotel.
$17 Million Penthouse at the W Austin Is City’s Most Expensive Condominium for Sale
A 3,617-square-foot penthouse at The Residences at W Austin recently hit the market for $17 million, making it the most expensive apartment for sale in Downtown Austin, Mansion Global reports. The home is being offered with the art and furniture for an additional $3 million and includes interiors by designer Thomas Schoos that feature a contemporary chandelier that hangs over the main living space, a floor-to-ceiling fireplace, a custom Gucci sitting area in the primary suite, and a Mercedes Benz-designed sliding door made of vintage leather belts.
Casa Tua Plans Branded 70-Story Residential Tower in Brickell
Italian restaurant brand Casa Tua is partnering with developer Fortune International Group to bring a 70-story residential tower to Miami’s Brickell neighborhood. Per the Real Deal, the development will be named “Ora by Casa Tua” and will include approximately 460 residences located at 1210 Brickell Avenue, along with two new restaurant concepts, a rooftop lounge, and a gourmet market. Sales are expected to commence next year, with prices starting around $800,000 and no restrictions on short-term rentals.
One United Nations Park and BLADE Partner to Offer Air Travel Incentive for Penthouse Buyers
One United Nations Park—the Richard Meier-designed luxury tower at 695 First Avenue in Manhattan’s Midtown East—has teamed up with elite air services company BLADE to offer buyers of the building’s remaining four penthouse residences a $50,000 credit that can be used on exclusive air travel.
The credit never expires and allows penthouse residents to book private helicopters to the Hamptons, seaplanes, commercial-sized jets between New York and Miami, and private charters to anywhere in the world. Accommodations can easily be made through the building’s 24-hour concierge.
One of the four remaining penthouses at One United Nations Park is Penthouse D, a four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom duplex residence currently listed for $8.995 million. This stunning penthouse spans 3,831 square feet and features an open island kitchen, a double-height great room with an adjacent den, and a private elevator, as well as breathtaking city skyline and water views.
The building has achieved 70% sold on its 148 residences and offers a range of two- to four-bedroom, with prices starting at $2.35 million. Additional amenities include a fitness center with private training studio, a 70-foot indoor lap pool with views of the East River, a sauna, and a steam room, and a residents’ lounge with a billiards table and screening room.