‘Sex and the City’ creator lists 1 Central Park West pad for $15M

TRD New York /
Sep.September 28, 2012 08:30 AM

‘Sex and the City’ creator and producer Darren Star is listing his 1 Central Park West condominium for $15 million.

The unit, 35G, features a 40-foot entertainment space with walls facing Central Park and the Hudson River. For an additional fee, a buyer can buy the apartment’s custom furniture. The apartment was designed by Los Angeles designer Waldo Fernandez, who did a gut renovation on the unit when Star bought it in 2005.

The condo has three bedrooms, four and a half baths, and finishes of Calacatta and Grigio marble, custom lacquer doors, Masassar ebony with bronze detailing, and Venetian plaster. It’s listed by John Burger of Brown Harris Stevens.

The Trump International Hotel and Tower  —  an early pioneer of the hotel-condo combination — features top of the line amenities, including a 24/7 Jean-Georges Vongerichten-designed room service menu.

Star is just the latest person affiliated with ‘Sex and the City’ to make real estate headlines. Cynthia Nixon reportedly sold her Upper West Side co-op earlier this month and, as The Real Deal reported, Sarah Jessica Parker listed her Village townhouse two weeks ago.  [NYT] — Jane C. Timm

 

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