Tower Residence: 39B
Three Bedrooms // Three Baths // One Powder Room
Be one of the first to reside in New Yorks new and preeminent building, located directly on Central Park.
This elegant tower residence on the 39th floor of 220 Central Park South spans a total of 3,043 sqft with spectacular views of Central Park and Manhattan (North, East, and South) providing generous light throughout the day.
This residence seamlessly marries gracious art-deco inspired details and pre-war scale with modern design by Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA).
A stately gallery leads to an expansive 36' x 18' corner living room and dining room with Northern and Eastern exposures with sweeping Central Park views.
A windowed corner eat-in kitchen overlooks Central Park and features a large marble center-island, herringbone floors, custom millwork, and marble countertops with glass and chrome cabinetry. An extensive Miele and Sub-Zero appliance package completes this well equipped kitchen.
The master bedroom suite includes unobstructed views of Central Park and beyond. This bedroom is complemented by a stunning master bath clad in Black and White Marble, a soaking tub by Jacob Delafon with a scalloped marble surround, fixtures by Lefroy Brooks, heated floors, steam shower, and water closet; flanked by two elegant curved chrome and glass doors designed by RAMSA. Other features in the master bedroom include a dressing room / walk-in closet, and custom finishes throughout.
Additional residence features include, Mahogany herringbone and wide plank flooring throughout, high ceilings, recessed lighting, laundry room, powder room, and generous storage
The Building: 220 Central Park South
220 Central Park South is the preeminent new address in New York, situated directly on Central Park. Developed by Vornado Realty Trust, designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects and The Office of Thierry W. Despont.
220 Central Park South accommodates contemporary lifestyles in an architectural setting inspired by the historic residences of New York. Clad in rich Alabama Silver Shadow limestone and featuring Robert A.M. Stern Architects signature interpretation of classical pre-war design, the building is a timeless addition to Manhattan's storied skyline.
It is one of the very few buildings that, with generous height and precise location, afford their residents sweeping vistas of Central Park's full expanse encompassing its South-to-North length of two and a half miles and over eight hundred acres.
Magnificent views of the park from every residence; a unique architectural composition featuring an intimate 18-story Villa and 79-story Tower both accessible from a secured off-street motor court with its arbor of trees; comprehensive lifestyle enhancements including private dining rooms and entertaining spaces, and an expansive athletic club and spa: all combine to create this new landmark in New York living.
Residents Club at 220 Central Park South
Inspired by private city clubs and the highest level of comfort and service, 220 Central Park South features comprehensive amenities exclusive and solely for residents of the building.
The Artisans Club, designed by The Office of Thierry W. Despont, features club rooms, dining rooms, landscaped outdoor terraces, a screening room, a game room, and private suites appropriate for professional meetings and events all supported by three-meal-a-day dining, wine storage, and additional services. A conservatory will look onto the arbor, and the elegant library is located off the lobby.
The 220 Athletic Club & Spa includes a 25 meter saltwater pool, sauna, and steam rooms, fitness center, yoga, and Pilates studios, international squash court, sport court, golf simulator, play rooms, locker rooms with private treatment rooms.