Published On: Thu, May 5th, 2016

Steven Roth offers NYC’s Most Expensive Apartment for $250 Million Condo at 220 Central Park South

Clockwise from left- Rendering of 220 Central Park South (credit Vornado via Curbed),   Steve Roth and floor plan of $250 million condo


Steven Roth’s Vornado Realty Trust has revealed plans for a four-floor apartment at 220 Central Park South that is priced at an amazing $250 million,  The Real Deal reports.

The gigantic apartment will be located on floors 50 through of the Robert A.M. Stern-designed limestone tower, and it will span some 23, 000 square feet, according to an amended offering plan filed with the New York Attorney General that was reviewed by The Real Deal. Vornado combined a 11, 000 square-foot duplex on the 50th and 51st floors along with three apartments on the floors above.

New York’s most expensive apartment sale to date belongs to, where a penthouse sold for $100.5 million a year ago. If sold at price asked, it also surpass London’s One Hyde Park, where aa apartment sold for $237 million two years ago.

Rumors says that hedge funder Ken Griffin was looking to purchase an apartment at the building for upwards of $200 million, as well as interests expressed by a Qatari buyer, according to TRD.

Curbed NY reports that now, the 66-story building contains 116 apartments, and is expected to have a total sellout of $3.17 billion.











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