There’s been a flurry of sales activity at 15 Central Park West in the past few months, with at least four apartments (that Curbed has covered, anyway) hitting the market since the fall. And now, this $38 million four-bedroom is joining their ranks: the 4,170-square-foot apartment hit the market just this afternoon.
It’s owned by financier and philanthropist Jeffrey C. Walker, who purchased the home with his wife, Suzanne, back in 2007. They paid a little over $21 million for it at the time, and ten years—plus an extensive renovation—have added what they hope is a good bit of value to the price. (Walker is, it’s worth noting, listed as the president of the building’s board in a bio on a website for The Generosity Network, which he co-authored; it’s unclear if he still holds that role.)
The apartment itself has clearly been lived in—unlike some of the building’s trophy pads—and comes with all features of the features you’d expect from a $38 million Limestone Jesus apartment: there’s a built-in wet bar in the living room; the kitchen has been remodeled with granite countertops and a chandelier (?!); there’s a gleaming vanity in the master bedroom’s en-suite bathroom; and it comes with access to a 1,000-bottle wine cellar, because of course it does.