It’s been a busy few months at 15 Central Park West (relatively speaking, anyway). Robert A.M. Stern/the Zeckendorfs’ really, really ridiculously high-end building saw its most ridiculously overpriced condo—a 35th-floor duplex once asking $95 million—price chopped yet again, to $43.5 million (i.e. nearly half of its 2012 asking price); a new, stupidly expensive ($59 million) four-bedroom apartment hit the market; and a few less pricey, not-quite-so-boring condos were listed.
Alas, the latest apartment for sale at the Limestone Jesus doesn’t quite fall into either of those latter categories. At $33 million, it’s not as pricey as some of the building’s other apartments (see: $88 million penthouse), but it’s not exactly asking chump change. And as for the interiors … well, they’re standard 15 Central Park West: tasteful, understated, and pretty boring.
An LLC bought the five-bedroom condo for $11 million in 2007, and has been using the property as a pricey rental since then; when it was last on the rental market, it was asking $58,000/month.
The 3,478-square-foot space has five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms, and it comes with 50 feet of unobstructed views of Central Park and the city’s skyline. $33 million doesn’t buy you any personal outdoor space, but with views like this, perhaps one can learn to look past that.