Of course, the view of Central Park from the southern ends are mind-blowing and dream-esque, but have you ever considered the views from the north side of the park?
Apartments with views overlooking the park sell for as much as $88 million and the penthouse at One57 is projected (read: hoping) to be sell for $115 million. But The Times raised an interesting question: What about the residence at the north end?
It’s been three years since the Athena Group purchased the lot at 111 Central Park North, occupied then by a low-slung brick building that housed a hair salon and a parking lot.
In the ensuing years, the development company built a glossy condominium tower, outfitting its 88 units with marble countertops, Viking ranges and Read More
On the evening of Nov. 15, the developer Louis Dubin stood before a crowd in one of the two penthouses at 111 Central Park North, just west of Malcolm X Boulevard, and rattled off numbers about the new 19-story, 47-unit condo tower.
“We have nearly $90 million in sales here,” he said to applause. Read More
"Do you have any beer?"
"St. Paulie’s and St. Paulie’s Non-Alcoholic."
"Mostly liquor tonight then?"
The 19-story, 47-unit condo at 111 Central Park North, just west of Malcolm X Boulevard, launched itself on Thursday night to a crowd drenched in fine wine, carefully poured martinis, Manhattans presented at the penthouse elevator’s door and aged Read More
You waited too long, and now even the top edge of Central Park is ridiculously expensive.
The fancy condo 111 Central Park North opens this fall, and The Observer on Wednesday went inside and up to snap these glorious shots of Manhattan spreading south, courtesy of recent buyer George Hirsch. Will other Read More