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Art Collector Seeks $39 Million for Manhattan Condo Overlooking Central Park; Robert A.M. Stern’s South Flagler House in West Palm Beach Expected to Set Sales Records

By: Ameena Walker

Art Collector Seeks $39 Million for Manhattan Condo Overlooking Central Park

Retired energy executive and art collector Roger Sant has listed his four-bedroom condominium at the Residences at The Ritz-Carlton on Central Park South for $39 million, Mansion Global reports. The apartment encompasses the entirety of the 28th floor, spanning nearly 6,800 square feet with 13 windows facing the park. Sant purchased the unfinished abode with his late wife, Vicki Sant, in 2005 for $17.5 million and pumped another $13 million into the pied-à-terre to finish it with touches like natural wood detailing and marble floors. Sant is including sculptures by Andy Goldsworthy in the sale.


Robert A.M. Stern’s Ultraluxe South Flagler House in West Palm Beach Expected to Set Sales Records

Famed architect Robert A.M. Stern—known for some of New York’s most iconic modern residential buildings—is bringing South Flagler House to West Palm Beach with prices that are expected to set records, reports Bloomberg. The two 28-story buildings that make up the development are inspired by his 15 Central Park West and 220 Central Park South buildings. “We really want it to count in the way that, say, 15 Central Park West counted when we designed that 15 years ago in Manhattan,” Stern said in his first interview about the project. 

The development will feature a limestone facade, and many of the apartments will include private outdoor spaces with views of the Atlantic Ocean. Sales recently launched with prices starting at $10 million for a three-bedroom residence and around $75 million for a duplex penthouse. Completion is slated for 2024.

Brooklyn’s One Prospect Park West Shows Off Stylish Model Residence

One Prospect Park West, the Workstead-designed development that transformed a former Knights of Columbus clubhouse into 64 luxury residences, has debuted its model residence with interiors by cooperative gallery and design studio Colony. The apartment, named CHROMA, employs various colors in different rooms that aim to evoke an “emotional and psychological response” that corresponds to the historical nature of the building. The living room sports marron accents and natural terra-cotta for subtleness, while the bedrooms feature shades of yellow to elicit joy and green to invoke a sense of calm. 

“We dreamt up the concept of CHROMA for an ill-fated group show right before the pandemic,”  says Colony founder Jean Lin. “I am hopelessly intrigued by the idea of color as a psychological and emotional tool, combining the physical plane with a psycho-emotional response.”

Just five residences remain, including a two-bedroom, 1,556-square-foot home asking $2.6 million and a three-bedroom penthouse with triple exposures, seeking $3.75 million.

Residences at the St. Regis Cap Cana in Dominican Republic Surpass $40 Million in Sales in One Month

Just a month after launching sales, Punta Cana’s forthcoming development, the Residences at the St. Regis Cap Cana, has surpassed $40 million in sales and exceeded expectations. “The Dominican Republic has not seen a real estate project of this caliber, and our immediate success shows that there is a huge demand for luxury branded residences in the destination,” said Myles Newell, Principal of Waypoint Resort Real Estate, who is handling the sales and marketing for the property. The development will bring 70 residences to the area with prices starting at $1 million. Construction is expected to wrap up by the end of 2023.

Upper East Side’s 180 East 88th Street Unveils Custom Sculpture by Jan Hooss

Renowned German plaster artist Jan Hooss has installed a custom wall sculpture in the lobby at 180 East 88th Street, the 46-residence tower from Joe McMillan’s DDG on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The unique installation is a homage to the neighborhood’s “plaster and stucco that was prevalent in Upper East Side architecture at the turn of the 20th century,” says the description and is situated above the fireplace in the building’s lobby. It features a rococo design in a playful, modern aesthetic.