15 Central Park West, Manhattan, NY 10023
Here now, check out the 25 most expensive listings in NYC—they're just as ridiculously over-the-top as you might expect.
A biotech investor is the latest bigwig to put his 15 Central Park West pad on the market
Daniel Och, a billionaire hedge funder, has owned the apartment for a little more than a decade
Move over 432 Park Avenue, there’s a new star in town
The building came on top in terms of average price per square foot on its sold units.
The massive Upper West Side apartment allegedly sold for $6 million less than its $56M asking price.
The spacious condo first came on the market in February 2017 for $33 million.
The common thread among all of this year’s priciest home sales in NYC? Every single property is located in Manhattan.
The 4,170-square-foot pad hit the market for $38 million in March.
The building had the highest average price per square foot last year.
A three-bedroom, four-bathroom within Robert A.M. Stern’s "Limestone Jesus" is going for a cool $70,000/month.
The 3,500-square-foot penthouse has been on the market since 2015.
Victor Vargas parted ways with his 35th floor apartment for $5 million less than his initial asking price.
The sprawling 40th floor condo didn’t have to wait too long for its next owner.
Yet another scandal is bubbling at the legendarily ritzy Central Park West building, thanks to an Italian embezzlement scandal.
The apartment has a custom fireplace inspired by the Fibonacci sequence.
The apartment is being sold by the onetime president of 15 CPW’s board, who purchased the four-bedroom space in 2007. He’s hoping to get $17 million more than what he paid.
Eight figures doesn’t buy you any personal outdoor space but with views like this, perhaps one can learn to look past that.
Thanks to a modern makeover, the three-bedroom condo has some personality
A penthouse in 15 Central Park West just hit the market with a staggering $59 million ask—and for all that money, a buyer would get only four bedrooms.
Residents of Robert A.M. Stern’s überpricey condo building at 15 Central Park West are known for their ambitious flips, and this 28th-floor apartment is no exception.
The Yankees infielder was spotted eyeing a two-bedroom rental in the city's most expensive condo. Rodriguez was allegedly banned from the building in 2014 for bringing in "too many hookers."