This residence at Fifteen Central Park West, a building that has redefined luxury in New York, features commanding views over Central Park from one of its highest floors. The three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath apartment, spanning an impressive 3,100 square feet, offers an interior by designer Thad Hayes. The exquisite bar, which was crafted by Mr. Hayes and occupies its own room with wood floors in a chevron pattern and iridescent walls, is perfect for a drink before the theater at nearby Lincoln Center, or a nightcap to finish off an extraordinary evening in the city that never sleeps. The stately living and formal dining rooms are perfect for grand entertaining, and a chef's kitchen effortlessly and elegantly accommodates a party of any scale, with upgraded granite countertops to boot. The master bedroom, which offers two humongous windows overlooking the park, retains its wood floors underneath rich wall-to-wall carpeting and offers a luxuriant master bath with book-matched marble and heated floors. 27A comes with a deeded storage unit within the building.
Inspired by the classic New York residential buildings of Rosario Candela but designed by his modern-day equivalent, Robert A.M. Stern, somebody once said that Fifteen Central Park West is the "lovechild of prewar charm and postmodern architecture." The building, which spans the block between Central Park West and Broadway, features two towers that frame a private entrance court and a private courtyard garden, with a reflecting pool that doubles as the skylight to the swimming pool below. Other features include a private cinema, a children's playroom, a 14,000 square foot fitness center, a residents-only restaurant, a wine cellar, and maids rooms available for rent or purchase.
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