It’s Free to Look: 15 Central Park West’s Coveted “D” Line

cpwext Its Free to Look: 15 Central Park Wests Coveted D LineRobert A. M. Stern’s 15 CPW is always making real estate news, from its flamboyant architect to yet another record-breaking sale. Plus the 2006 building boasts that whole best-of-both-worlds vibe, with its perfect mix of prewar and hyper-modern luxury. Plus, star power. The building is constantly raking it in.

Now’s your turn to join the party. Let this 7-room unit, asking $31.5 million with Brown Harris Stevens’ Kyle Blackmon, be a reminder to architects and homebuyers alike: You can have Venetian plaster and floor-to-ceiling windows, too.

SLIDESHOW: 15 Central Park West

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