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15 Central Park West condo with a modern revamp wants $23.5M

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Thanks to a modern makeover, the three-bedroom condo has some personality

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Apartments at Robert A.M. Stern’s 15 Central Park West are almost always ridiculously expensive, and are also almost always kind of bland, considering how much they’re asking. (See the $65 million duplex that looked like any old condo, or a more recent $59 million listing that’s lacking in photos, but probably looks like any old condo.)

The newest listing at the Limestone Jesus, however, bucks that trend: thanks to a makeover by design duo Pembroke & Ives, this three-bedroom apartment—currently listed for $23.5 million—is certainly not boring. It’s more modern than many of the 15CPW apartments out there, with Venetian stucco walls (perfect for that art collection, because of course that’s an amenity a 15CPW resident would need), a dark-toned kitchen, and spa-like, marble-free bathrooms.

Admittedly, this design is probably not everyone’s cup of tea, but we appreciate when an interior designer goes for something different—particularly in a building like this. In addition to the design updates, the space has a Sonos sound system, all mod cons, and lovely views of Central Park—it’s located on the 30th floor of one of the building’s towers, naturally.

15 Central Park West

15 Central Park West, Manhattan, NY 10023