A 93rd-floor unit on this planet’s tallest apartment tower has offered for $28.58 million — greater than 1 / 4 off the preliminary asking value of $38.75 million.
The consumers are Cindy Ok. Chan and Hung P. Wong, in keeping with property information.
The four-bedroom, 4½-bathroom unit is at Central Park Tower, which rises 1,550 ft tall at 217 W. 57th St.
The 4,296 sq. ft comes with a comparatively modest month-to-month upkeep charge of $6,336 a month.
Thus far, 15% of its 178 models have offered, in keeping with Kael Goodman’s Marketproof.
Condominium models on Billionaires’ Row have been taking a success recently, because the US authorities barely tightened its anti-money laundering legal guidelines to make it rather less simple for nameless entities to stash soiled money in American actual property, which helped remodel some towers into private piggy banks for world kleptocrats.
Supertall condos have additionally change into rather less alluring as trophies for the reason that apartment board at 432 Park Ave. lately sued its builders over 1,500 allegedly defective, and doubtlessly harmful, design and development flaws.
Billionaires’ Row towers do provide over-the-top facilities to its consumers, nevertheless.
Central Park Tower, for instance, the place style icon Iris Apfel lately held her one hundredth birthday bash, boasts 50,000 sq. foot house on the one hundredth flooring that includes a non-public eating room and celeb cooks like Alfred Portale, Laurent Tourondel and Gabriel Kreuther, together with particular experiences curated by celeb occasion designer Colin Cowie.
There’s additionally an outside terrace with a pool and cabanas together with a gymnasium, lounge, screening room and youngsters’s playground.