Selling one's home on Central Park for less than $20 million must be positively embarrassing these days. Especially on Central Park South, where upstart units on that street a couple blocks south are nearing triple (million) digits. If one spends two years renovating a James Carpenter-designed penthouse, it seems like one should not have to resort to hacking away at one's asking price like a sweaty common woodsman. Alas, this 23rd floor penthouse at 110 Central Park South sold last week for $18 million, according to the Observer, down from an ask of $27 million. The floor plan still qualifies as porn to us, even though whether the interior design qualifies as a "hot gaudy mish-mash" or not remains hotly contested.
· Central Park South Penthouse Sells for a Disappointing $18 Million [NYO]
· 110 Central Park South, #FL23 [StreetEasy]
· 110 Central Park South coverage [Curbed]