The eagle eyes over at BuzzBuzzHome spotted that the full website for 520 Park Avenue is live, baby. That means the very first renderings of the Robert A.M. Stern-designed apartments, which will be full-floor at a minimum. Building 31 apartments over 54 stories, Zeckendorf Development plans to ask $130 million for the penthouse of the classic-looking towerwhose entrance will sit on 60th Street between Park and Madison avenues. That's an ask that will handily best the current most expensive property in New York City, which is a combo in Battery Park City that wants $118.5M.
520 Park's new site holds the first looks at the streetside entranceway, the lobby, the "salon," the garden, the curving staircase that will grace the foyers of multi-floor residences, the master baths, and the views, as well as the tower in the context of its neighbors on the Upper East Side and in Midtown East. As for pricing, single-floor units reportedly start at $16.2 million, duplexes at $67 million. Sales at the self-proclaimed next 15 Central Park West were slated to launch this fall, but are not apparently kicking off in early 2013.
· 520 Park Avenue [official]
· New renderings for Zeckendorf's 520 Park Avenue, home of the $130 million penthouse [BBH]
· NYC's Priciest Home Will Be a $130M Park Avenue Penthouse [Curbed]
· All 520 Park Avenue coverage [Curbed]