Central Park Tower
Midtown, New York
217 W 57th St, New York, NY 10019, USA
Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill, the foremost architects of supertall towers around the globe are behind the design of Central Park Tower, leveraging sophisticated engineering and construction techniques to give residents coveted city and park views from the sky-high residences themselves—designed by Texas-based Rottet Studio. The on-site Central Park Club, which spans three full floors and includes indoor and outdoor pools, a wellness center, a cigar bar, and a screening room, is perhaps the most elevated club in all of New York, with a private ballroom and restaurant located on the 100th floor of this new landmark tower.
Developed By Extell Development
BrokerExtell Marketing Group
About Central Park Tower
Architects Adrian Smith and Gordon Gill, the premier architects who also built the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, are innovators. With Central Park Tower, they wanted to create a skyscraper that made a statement—and they did. Lighting, glass, and stainless steel make the tower feel at once substantial and subtle, and completely natural within the context of landmarks like the Chrysler Building and the Empire State Building. The cantilevered design gives most north-facing apartments direct views of Central Park.
Midtown is both the heart of the business district and a center for the arts. Most widely known for Times Square and as the home of global corporate headquarters, Midtown presents intoxicating variety. To the north are Central Park, Michelin-star restaurants, Fifth Avenue’s world-class shopping, and cultural institutions like the Museum of Modern Art. The south is anchored by beautiful green spaces like Bryant Park and Madison Square Park. The east is a dynamic blend that includes Rockefeller Center and the United Nations Headquarters. Venture further west in Midtown, and entertainment is abundant at Madison Square Garden and in the Theater District, while Hell’s Kitchen offers access to quaint eateries and the Hudson River Greenway.
Within each of the ultraluxury residences, structural elements are placed strategically to maximize views of Central Park, particularly from the living and entertaining areas. The interior spaces are as expansive as the views: Starting on the 32nd floor of the building, they range from two to eight bedrooms (and 1,435 square feet to more than 17,500 square feet). Interiors by Rottet Studio incorporate luxe stone, wood, and leather, bespoke cabinetry by British firm Smallbone of Devizes, and top-of-the-line Miele appliances.
The 50,000-square-foot Central Park Club, with a private ballroom and a kitchen with Michelin-starred chefs, takes up three floors of Central Park Tower, culminating on the 100th floor. Other amenities include an outdoor pool and sundeck with poolside food and beverage service, a state-of-the-art wellness center developed with input from fitness experts, a spa, a screening room, and a basketball court. Directly outside is Central Park itself.
- 24hr Doorman
- Bike Storage
- Children's Playroom
- Cigar Room
- Cold Storage
- Conference Room
- Fitness Center
- Outdoor Pool
- Outdoor Space
- Pet Spa
- Private Dining
- Screening Room
- Steam Room
- Swimming Pool
- Valet Parking
- Wine Storage
- Yoga Studio
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