The Real Deal New York

NYC’s It buildings — past and present

A look at what sets apart the buildings that the wealthiest call home

December 27, 2012 10:00AM
By Jane C. Timm and Candace Taylor

From left: 15 CPW, 740 Park and the Olympic Tower

From the December issue: Every few years, an over-the-top new Manhattan apartment building emerges bigger, better and pricier than the rest. The city’s elite rush to take up residence in these buildings, forming clusters of wealth within their luxurious walls. Since 2007, for example, the Zeckendorfs’ 15 Central Park West has been the most sought-after (and expensive) address in the city, with resale prices soaring even through the downturn. [more]

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