The artist and his wife, Trudie Styler, may be close to purchasing a triplex for an as-yet-undisclosed sum (because we still don’t know anything about prices in the building, because everything about it is shrouded in mystery).
Merely being rich is not criteria enough to buy into 220 Central Park South. Prospective buyers in the new billionaire building are reportedly personally vetted by Vornado CEO Steven Roth in what has become the make-or-break of the upper upper crust.
While details on Robert A.M. Stern's limestone tower are few and far between, the construction photos don't lie: the building is up to its 25th floor, and the Central Park-facing Villas are starting to come to fruition.
Rumors have been swirling for months around this apartment and Vornado Realty Trust has finally unveiled plans for this quadruplex unit that will located on floors 50-53 of the Robert A.M. Stern-designed building.
The 950-foot tall building has an anticipated completion sometime in 2017. Once complete this Central Park-overlooking high rise will have a total of 87 condos, of which about half have already been sold. Construction moved along quickly this year.