Robert A.M. Stern
A biotech investor is the latest bigwig to put his 15 Central Park West pad on the market
The British rocker is one of the Robert A.M. Stern-designed building’s big-name residents
The 11th-floor aerie has six bedrooms and floor-to-ceiling windows
The building on West 81st Street was inspired by the design of prewar apartment buildings
The record-breaking sale is for one of 220 Central Park South’s penthouses
The apartment was once asking $65 million
James Dyson is one of the exclusive Park Avenue tower’s high-profile buyers
The first sold apartment within Robert A.M. Stern’s ultraluxe tower is now on the books
The uberpricey Billionaires’ Row tower has a projected $3.4 billion sellout
The Belnord’s 213 rentals are being reimagined as swanky condos by Robert A.M. Stern Architects
The 6,292-square-foot apartment is in contract
The 18-story condo at the corner of West 81st Street and Broadway topped out at 209 feet.
The starchitect redesigned the 19th-century townhouse in the 1970s
The building would stand 27-stories but still needs clearance from the Landmarks Commission.
The first rendering for the interiors of 250 West 81st Street is here.
Construction is now underway on the 18-story building near Zabar’s.
Onetime UFC owner Frank Fertitta is the exorbitant apartment’s mystery buyer, paying $70 million for a spot in the ultra-luxury condo.
The condo building is now measuring up to its equally statuesqye neighbors One57, and 432 Park Avenue further east.
Seven months after the building’s $50 million penthouse found a buyer, an even pricier unit has followed suit.
The developer says the timing on the contracts is "simply a coincidence."
The reality star is following her daughters east, having reportedly bought an apartment within Robert A.M. Stern’s pricey Financial District skyscraper.
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 condo is already 80 percent sold. Prices on available units range from $7.25 million for a three-bedroom and go up to $65 million for one of the building’s penthouses.
Yet another überpricey condo for the mysterious Midtown tower, this time a duplex in the skyscraper’s equally pricey "villas."
Located between West 86th and 87th Streets, and Broadway and Amsterdam, the Belnord was designed by noted architecture firm Hiss and Weekes in 1908.
Rumor has it that the Patriots quarterback wants the floor he lives on to match his jersey number.
261 Hudson Street, a 12-story building located between Broome and Spring Streets on Hudson Street, is set to welcome its first group of tenants on April 15.
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.
Predictably, the sprawling 78th-floor penthouse has stellar views
Inside one of the Financial District’s tallest towers, which just unveiled its swanky amenity spaces
This is one of two penthouses in the überexclusive development
The uberexclusive Tribeca building reveals its priciest apartment
Two of Stern’s high end apartments have made their way to the market, giving wealthy buyers the chance to pick between a $20,500/month condo at 30 Park Place and a $30,000/month apartment at 20 East End Avenue.
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.
Also see the progress on Extell’s two-building East Village rentals, which have now reached their full height. Both projects are expected to wrap construction in 2018.