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The most iconic triplex penthouse in New York City's history. As is approximately 10,000 square feet. Located on the 50-yard line of Central Park South with epic park views.
Welcome home to the most iconic three-story penthouse of New York City's future steeped rich in its history. A once-in-a-lifetime investment opportunity perched 37-floors above the 50-yard line of Central Park South on Billionaires' Row. This unparalleled real estate offering presents an irreplicable chance to reside in one of the most unique trophy penthouses in the world. Modern luxury and exquisite views abound atop the historic and iconic c1930s Hampshire House, one of Central Park's most exclusive white glove buildings, featuring unparalleled low carry costs (approx $60K/year).
With pre-approved, construction 'shovel'-ready design, plans and permits held by New York City's most luxurious, professional and high-end general contractor, SilverLining and lauded SPAN Architecture. The design won the Interior Design Magazine award for the Best of Year residential project in the world for 2018 (on the board)150 Central Park South is ready for completion. Framing the incredible city and Central Park, a view that will never change, the award-winning design calls for 9,650 square feet of interior and exterior space with walls of glass, skylights and oversized windows to bring the outside in and filter in an abundance of natural light.
With outdoor living to span an incredible 1,125 square feet, host guests like no other on any one of the four terraces, including a private Central Park-facing terrace off the masterthe perfect backdrop for formal or casual entertaining. A potential viewing gallery will offer skyline views, no matter the season.
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