Inside A $65.8 Million Residence In The World’s Tallest Residential Building
Central Park Tower and many of its residences are dominated by superlatives. Central Park Tower in New York is the world’s tallest residential building, located on Billionaires’ Row, and many of its residences are some of the highest you can live in in the world.
Within those residences, Residence 123, which spans the entirety of the 123rd floor, is the most expensive residence listed in the building at $65.75 million. The five-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom residence spans 7,074 square feet and has jaw-dropping 360-degree views of New York City and its glittering skyline.
This floating home in the sky has private elevators that open into the private reception gallery and continues through the foyer. There’s even a private foyer for the owner or those staying in the primary bedroom, as the primary bedroom, bathroom and closet takes up an entire wing of the home. In addition to the bedrooms, there is a large grand salon, family room, spacious kitchen, library, and sitting room.
Floor-to-ceiling windows wrap the entire apartment, so you’ll be guaranteed an incredible view of the city whether you’re enjoying tea in the library or reading a book in the sitting room.
Within the ultra-private residence, each room has a chic, elevated, yet bespoke, vibe and no rooms feel exactly the same. Of the many impressive features and materials, the black marble primary bathroom, featuring a deep soaking tub overlooking the city, stands out. There is also a grand piano in the living room and plenty of prime wall space perfect for art collectors to showcase their pieces.