New renderings of Vornado’s 220 CPS unveiled

Robert A.M. Stern-designed proposed condo tower soars over Central Park in image

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Apr.April 15, 2016 05:30 PM

Steven Roth might be tight-lipped about Vornado Realty Trust’s plans for its 220 Central Park South luxury condominium development, but that hasn’t stopped a fresh crop of renderings of the project from emerging.

The new depictions of the Robert A.M. Stern-designed building show the 950-foot-tall, 118-unit condo towerTRData LogoTINY and its adjacent 13-unit sister building, the Villas, in greater detail and clarity.

While the renderings arrive via Vornado’s website, representatives for the project declined to confirm whether they represent the final product, according to Curbed.

Vornado CEO Roth declined to give away too much about 220 Central Park South on the real estate investment trust’s most recent quarterly earnings call in February, swatting away inquiries on the number of units sold.

While Vornado had indicated on earlier calls that the building was more than 50 percent sold, Roth said such updates hurt the company “competitively in the market.” He acknowledged a slowdown in the Manhattan luxury condo market, however.

“It’s slowing for everybody,” he said. “It’s slowing a little bit less for us, but of course it’s slowing for us as well.” [Curbed]Rey Mashayekhi


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