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Central Park Tower “Masterpiece in the Sky” Lists for $175 Million; Rosewood Residences Beverly Hills Will Debut at $10 Million Price Point

By: Ameena Walker

The Horizon Group Launches Sales for 9900 West in Miami’s Bay Harbor Islands

The Horizon Group, a New York-based residential and commercial real estate development firm, is debuting its first project in the South Florida area. 9900 West is a luxury 23-residence waterside development in Miami’s sought-after Bay Harbor Islands, designed by award-winning Frankel Benayoun Architects, with interior design by Craft-Studio. The boutique building houses a collection of two- through four-bedroom homes spanning between 1,202 and 3,206 square feet. Sales have launched with prices ranging from $1.1 million to $5.5 million. 

All residences will be delivered fully finished and ready to move in, featuring nine-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors and windows that allow natural light to pour in. Two-tone, European-designed kitchens feature white lacquered wood and light oak wood cabinetry and Calacatta marble stone countertops, and every home is equipped with a Miele washer and dryer. Select residences boast access to landscaped courtyards and additional private storage spaces.

A 9,000-square-foot landscaped rooftop with a saltwater pool, fitness center, dog spa, and party room with a water-facing balcony is part of the amenity package at 9900 West Condominium. Additionally, 10 private boat slips, accommodating up to 30-foot vessels, are available for exclusive owner purchase. Construction is estimated to begin in Q4 of 2023 and slated for completion in Q4 of 2024.

Central Park Tower “Masterpiece in the Sky” Lists for $175 Million

A massive 12,557-square-foot duplex penthouse at the Extell-developed supertall Central Park Tower has listed for an astounding $175 million, reports the New York Post. Occupying the 107th and 108th floors, the seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom home, described by the listing as a “masterpiece in the sky,” is the second priciest home for sale in New York City, following the building’s $250 million triplex that hit the market last September.

The palatial spread flaunts 27-foot, double-height ceilings in its grand salon, which spans more than 2,100 square feet, with commanding columns and unmatched views of the skyline and the East and Hudson rivers. A spiral staircase connects the two floors, which overlook Central Park, and two terraces provide a combined 240 square feet of outdoor space.

Rosewood Residences Beverly Hills Will Debut at $10 Million Price Point

The compact collection of residences designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen at the forthcoming Rosewood Residences Beverly Hills on Santa Monica Boulevard is planning to offer its spacious homes starting at the $10 million mark, reports The Hollywood Reporter. The 17 ultraluxe homes are expected to range from 3,000 to around 7,500 square feet, with each including private elevator access, chef’s kitchens with double islands, and spacious terraces. Six of the abodes boast private pools, and the sweeping penthouse, with an outdoor kitchen and fire pit, is expected to ask at least $40 million.

Amenities at Rosewood Residences Beverly Hills are set to include a 40-foot swimming pool and whirlpool spa, an indoor/outdoor bar, a fitness center, a rooftop lounge with dining spaces, and housekeeping services. 

Sales will be handled by Los Angeles-based Compass real estate agents Sally Forster Jones and Tomer Fridman, alongside Compass Development Marketing Group.

Billionaire Larry Robbins Asks $55 Million for Upper East Side Penthouse

Billionaire hedge funder Larry Robbins has listed his impressive 12,000-square-foot penthouse at The Charles on Manhattan’s Upper East Side for $55 million, Mansion Global reports. The home was custom-designed over a five-year span and is spread across four floors, consisting of eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms, four powder rooms, an elevator, and a top-floor terrace with a hot tub, gas fireplace, and outdoor TV. 

Robbins purchased the condo for nearly $38 million in 2015. If it sells for its $55 million asking price, it will set a new pricing standard for the neighborhood.

In Miami, Ora by Casa Tua Launches Sales from $859k

Sales have officially launched at Ora by Casa Tua, the 76-story residential tower being developed in Miami’s Brickell neighborhood by Fortune International Group in partnership with Italian restaurant brand Casa Tua. The building’s 540 residences will come fully furnished, with prices starting at $859,000 for a 500-square-foot studio home and reaching $3.69 million for a four-bedroom apartment with a den. 

Residences at the Arquitectonica-designed tower, which are also approved for short-term rentals, feature interiors by M2atelier, created by Marco Bonelli and Marijana Radovic. Amenities are slated to include a two-floor fitness center, an entertainment center, and a three-story open sky garden, reports The Next Miami.