Vornado's under-construction condo tower at 220 Central Park South is shaping up to be one of the most expensive buildings ever in New York City. Not only will the penthouse ask up to $175 million, but the rest of the units will all ask in the tens of millions of dollars. That's right, the "cheapest" unit in the building will be just under $12 million, according to the Real Deal, who scored a full preliminary price list and floorplans from the offering plan filed with the Attorney General. The cheapest unit is also the project's smallest unit: a 2,394-square-foot two-bedroom on the 22nd floor of the tower. Units in the Villa are currently priced from $32 million to $47 million, though the Villa's "Penthouse 16" is not yet on the market. This place measures 5,884 square feet over four floors and has a 21-foot swimming pool on its private rooftop terrace.
The bulk of the 83 units in the tower cost more than $20 million a pop, and 17 currently cost $42 million or more. Several penthouses do not yet have prices, so these will likely exceed $60 million, which is the most expensive unit currently listed (that would be a 49th-floor, 6,591-square-foot home with four bedrooms, a library, and two balconies. Penthouse 71A, which could be considered the third least impressive penthouse; it's a duplex that measures 5,250 square feet and has a "57-foot living room with double-height ceilings overlooking Central Park."
· Inside 220 CPS: A full look at the building's prices, floor plans [TRD]
· 220 Central Park South Might Have A $175M Penthouse [Curbed]
· All 220 Central Park South coverage [Curbed]