Less than a week after new renderings were unveiled for the Robert A.M. Stern-designed condo building at 220 Central Park South, Curbed has got its hands on several new floorplans of the 950-foot tall building, courtesy of a tipster.
The largest of the floorplans are for a duplex on the 50th floor that spans just over 11,000 square feet and comes with a balcony and a terrace that measure 117 square feet and 690 square feet respectively.
The others are a mix of apartments on several different floors, but almost all of the plans unveiled are of duplexes. Our tipster also uncovered a floorplan for the amenities floor, which includes a conservatory, a library and a motor court — which in this case is not a motel but likely a fancy parking garage or as previously rumored a porte cochère.
A representative for Stern's architecture firm declined to comment on the veracity of these floorplans, but the architect, and developer, Vornado Realty Trust have been very secretive about the project so far.
Several floorplans were also released around the same time last year. At that time it was revealed that the cheapest of the building's 160 apartments would cost just under $12 million, and it's rumored that the penthouse could be offered for as much as $175 million.