Two condos at the Century tower trade for $14M

TRD New York /
Jan.January 25, 2014 04:00 PM

A pair of condos on the 29th floor of the north tower of the Century building at 25 Central Park West have sold for $14 million. The units were marketed together so that the new owner can assemble a full-floor apartment. 

The rare opportunity to acquire a full floor at the Century, along with 2,962 square feet of interior space and park frontage, led to a bidding war that quickly pushed the units well above the orginal asking price of $12.5 million, according to the New York Times.

The aggregate monthly carrying charges for units, which will be combined into a nine-room residence, No. 29QR, are $7,707.

Corcoran’s Amy Katcher represented the sale of the larger three-bedroom unit for Living Investments, a limited-liability company in Southport, Conn. Robby Browne and Chris Kann, also of Corcoran, had the listing for the smaller one-bedroom unit. [NYT]Christopher Cameron


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