Central Park Tower Unveils Sky-High Private Club; Florida’s Anticipated One Park Sarasota Reaches 50% Sold
Jun 29, 2022 | By: Ameena Walker
Central Park Tower, World’s Tallest Residential Building, Unveils Highest Private Club Ever
After much anticipation, Extell Development Company has unveiled the 100th floor of Central Park Tower, the world’s tallest residential building. Situated more than 1,000 feet above Billionaires’ Row, the 100th floor was designed by Rottet Studio, who also curated the building’s residential interiors. The meticulously designed space features a grand ballroom, a private bar and restaurant with seasonal menus from Michelin-star chefs, and a wine and cigar lounge, all with panoramic views of Central Park, the Hudson and East Rivers, and the Manhattan skyline.
The 100th floor is part of the Central Park Club, an exclusive offering that encompasses 50,000 square feet of white-glove services and amenities spread across three floors. This includes a 60-foot outdoor pool and sundeck with poolside food and beverage service, as well as a state-of-the-art wellness center, spa, screening room, basketball court, and 63-foot indoor saltwater pool. Pricing for current availability at Central Park Tower starts at $6.5 million.
The Belnord, Setting for Hulu’s “Only Murders” Show, Reveals New Amenity Spaces
The Belnord is one of Manhattan’s grandest turn-of-the-century residential buildings and is the famed setting for Only Murders in the Building, Hulu’s popular mystery-comedy starring Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez, whose characters work together to solve a murder in the fictional “Arconia” building on the Upper West Side.
The 12-story, full-block building dates back to 1908 and offers 213 two- to six-bedroom residences with remastered interiors by acclaimed architect Robert A.M. Stern. It is regarded for its arched gated entrance and 22,000-square-foot private courtyard, one of the largest in the city. The storied building is now showing off its new amenities designed by Rafael de Cárdenas, which include a double-height sports court with leather-cushioned walls, a “teen lounge” with a pool table and adjoining kitchen, and a whimsical children’s playroom.
The Belnord has witnessed three deals over $10 million in the last month. The condominiums are nearly 75% sold, with nine apartments currently listed with prices between $4.15 million for a two-bedroom home and $9.25 million for four bedrooms.
Florida’s Anticipated One Park Sarasota Reaches 50%-Sold Mark, Debuts Sales Gallery
One Park Sarasota, an 18-story luxury condominium building rising along the waterfront at the Boulevard of the Arts and North Tamiami Trail in Florida, has debuted its sales gallery after already selling half of its 129 residences, reports Business Observer.
Designed by Hoyt Architects, One Park Sarasota will feature one-, two-, three-, and five-bedroom homes ranging from 2,760 square feet to 8,460 square feet, as well as a collection of six penthouses, each with private rooftop spaces and plunge pools. All residences will offer floor-to-ceiling windows, smart-home technology, terraces with views of Sarasota, and open kitchens with Italian cabinetry.
The forthcoming development will boast more than 63,000 square feet of amenities that will include a private wellness spa, a fitness club, an infinity pool, and five guest suites for residents hosting family and friends.
Prices start at $2.8 million, and construction is expected to begin early next year, with completion scheduled for some time in 2025.
Brooklyn’s Post House Shows Off Its Latest Model Home
Brooklyn’s charming Post House, the 41-residence Boerum Hill building inspired by the original 1925 Post Office that once occupied the site, is showing off an elegant new model home designed by ASH Staging. The apartment showcases warm neutrals, shades of brown, and plush furnishings to complement the loft-like space’s lightly distressed white oak floors, divided-light windows, and warm textured-brass accents.
Duplex Penthouse with Outdoor Living Rooms at Paramount Miami Worldcenter Asks $10.92 Million
A sweeping penthouse at the 60-story Paramount Miami Worldcenter has hit the market asking $10.92 million. Encompassing more than 6,500 square feet of space, Penthouse 5411 offers five bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms spread across two floors. There are two outdoor living rooms— one on each floor—as well as double-height glass ceilings, a massive wall of windows, a sleek open kitchen with appliances by Wolf and Sub-Zero, a convertible den, and private elevator access. The future owner of Penthouse 5411 will also gain access to the building’s bevy of amenities, including five pools, an outdoor lounge, a jam room and recording studio, a conservatory, and a fitness center with a boxing studio.