Three of the seven units in 22 Central Park South, a condominium building adjacent to The Plaza developed by Plaza part-owners the El Ad Group, have hit the market. A renovation by architects Goldstein Hill & West added two floors to the building (bringing it from seven to nine), redid the facade, and gutted the interiors—the 21 residential units have been reduced to one on each floor and a duplex penthouse.
The three units that are currently listed are the second floor, fifth floor, and penthouse, which cost $6.7 million, $9.8 million, and $26.5 million respectively. Each single-floor unit is 2,021 square feet, while the penthouse totals 2,943 square feet. From the looks of the renderings, the living rooms will feature coffered ceilings, decorative fireplaces, built-in shelves, and large Central Park-facing windows. The penthouse has three terraces—two smaller ones facing the park and a larger one facing the street—as well as a library with a wet bar.