Robert A.M. Stern's tower at 220 Central Park South has been shrouded in mystery since it was announced a few years back, but one big question—the building's final design—may finally be answered. Last week, YIMBY posted what appeared to be final renderings of the 950-foot building, taken from a REBNY booklet; and now, a photo on broker Dolly Lenz's Instagram seems to confirm that these renderings are, in fact, the real deal. (h/t New York Post)
The new renderings show some differences from the old, unofficial images that had been circulating for the past few years. For one, they show the Villas, a smaller building that will hold 13 über-pricey condos; for another, the building is now shown in a less stark tone, with balconies on some floors. Lenz's post also touts the building as "NYC's Most Expensive Condominium EVER," which—considering it sold $1.1 billion worth of condos already—is probably not so far from the truth.
We've reached out to representatives for the project for confirmation, and will update accordingly.