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Floor plans unveiled for Zeckendorf’s 520 Park Avenue

Triplex penthouse will ask $130 million, seven duplexes priced up to $83M

March 05, 2015 01:50PM

A rendering of 520 Park Avenue

A rendering of 520 Park Avenue (Credit: Robert A.M Stern Architects)

Floor plans and pricing for Zeckendorf Development’s highly anticipated 520 Park Avenue are now available — and as promised, the triplex penthouse will ask a whopping $130 million, with a total sellout of $1.2 billion.

520 Park Avenue floor plan

520 Park Avenue floor plan (credit: 6sqft)

Though the penthouse ask will trail Vornado Realty Trust’s 220 Central Park South and Chetrit Group’s 550 Madison Avenue as far as sky-high prices go, it’s still more than anyone has paid for a New York City apartment yet, with the record held by a a $100.5 million penthouse at One57. The plans were spotted by 6sqft.

520 Park Avenue floor plan

520 Park Avenue floor plan (credit: 6sqft)

The Robert A.M. Stern-designed limestone tower is poised to become one of the next major “Billionaires’ Row” developments, holding 31 mostly full-floor ultra-luxury apartments ranging in price from $1.45 million through $130 million, according to 6sqft.

Below the triplex, seven duplex penthouses are planned, with prices from $67 million to $83 million.

520 Park Avenue floor plan

520 Park Avenue floor plan (credit: 6sqft)

Full-floor units on the building’s 14th through 20th floors will be 4,613 square feet with four bedrooms and prices from $16.2 million to $17.95 million. Four bedroom apartments on the 21st through 36th floors will ask up to $36.35 million.

The building, which is in the early stages of construction, will stand 54 stories and is expected to be completed in 2017. [6sqft] — Tess Hofmann

 

  • anaon

    real deal: i think the picture in your article is from 220 CPS.

    • HitenSamtani

      Thank you, and you’re right! The resemblance tripped us up; we’ve updated the post.- ed.

      • Capt Quint

        Are you saying all Stern designs look the same? (sarcasm)

  • jen McCreadie

    This layout will never sell. its like buying an upside down house with bedrooms on the lower level.

    • t.vincent

      it’s not a house, it’s a penthouse. You put your most public rooms with the best views and biggest terraces, at the top where the building steps back. The organization gets flipped by the proximities so you end up with the smallest rooms on the most private level at the bottom.

  • Sinai Sassouni

    I am definitely putting in an offer for the PH unit…

  • ragingagainst

    Step right up crass new mogul and trophy wife!! Unparalleled luxury awaits you!

  • paol66

    Room layouts, bathrooms, closets are absolutely terrible.

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  • Marc

    The Zeckendorfs have good taste & working with Bob Stern is another no brainer. People will flock to this building and I strongly predict it will be another winner for them. Good for them. The haters I see are lined up, locked and loaded. I guess the losers come with the territory. LOL

  • Daniel

    The Park Avenue building that is not on Park Avenue….with the front entrance next to a deli and a nail salon. Now that’s worth 130 million. Crazy time…..

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