A two-bedroom rental in famed architect Robert A.M. Stern’s celebrity-filled 15 Central Park West takes in panoramic views of the park.
The condominium sits on the twenty seventh ground of “the Tower” of the two-building advanced, overlooking the enduring inexperienced house and the Manhattan skyline that borders it.
The constructing was constructed within the mid-2000s and has been dwelling to quite a few celebrities and public figures, together with actors Denzel Washington and Robert De Niro, musician Sting, baseball participant Alex Rodriguez and former Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein.
Whereas the constructing is comparatively new, its limestone facade was sourced from the identical quarry because the Empire State Constructing and the New Classical fashion enhances its neighbors on the enduring road. It additionally has a protracted listing of facilities, together with a 75-foot pool, 14,000-square-foot health heart, basement wine cellar with tasting bar and 20-seat screening room.
The unit options 11-foot ceilings and tall home windows that body the protected view. The greater than 2,300 sq. toes of house contains two massive en-suite bedrooms and a half toilet. The main bedroom has a big walk-in closet outfitted with shelving and inset lighting, together with a contemporary mild fixture.
“It is the perfect pied-à-terre,” says itemizing agent Thomas Duger of Elegran.
Duger famous that the place towards the center of the 43-story tower gives an ideal vantage level.
“Typically, if you’re too excessive up, you lose perspective of the park,” Duger shares.
The present house owners have renovated the condominium, and finishes embrace light-colored herringbone wood flooring, detailed moldings and a half toilet with a full slab of onyx marble.
“To have a new-ish rental in a constructing of this nature, there’s nothing prefer it,” Duger says.
The condominium was lately listed for $13.5 million.
The constructing is within the heart of cultural life in Manhattan, near Broadway theaters and Lincoln Middle, and blocks from the Museum of Trendy Artwork and the American Museum of Pure Historical past.
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