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220 Central Park South Condominium (The)

220 Central Park South
New York, NY 10019
212-894-7000
Residential, Sales, Condo (Building), Multifamily

220 Central Park South is an under construction, residential condominium skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan, just below Central Park. Vornado Realty Trust is developing the tower project, which is expected to top out somewhere between 920 and 950 feet in height, making it one of the tallest residential buildings in the United States. The building was designed by architect Robert Stern.

Vornado began demolition of an existing mid-rise building in 2014, and released renderings of the future tower in early 2015. However, in order to demolish the existing structure, Vornado had to buy-out stabilized renters at the address, a process that took years to complete as many residents resisted. Most of the buyouts were in excess of $1 million. The new condo offering plan was approved by the New York Attorney Generals office in 2015 and listed a total sellout of about $2.4 billion, with the priciest unit set to list for $60 million. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is heading up sales.

At the outset of the project, Extell had lease rights to the six-floor garage space below the property, causing serious conflicts with Vornado and delaying development. The two companies resolved the issue, however, in 2013.

  • Address 220 Central Park South
  • neighborhood Midtown
  • borough Manhattan
  • owner Vornado Realty Trust
  • developer VORNADO REALTY TRUST
  • owner entity VNO 225 WEST 58TH STREET LLC
  • architect Pereiras Architects Ubiquitous
  • PLANS DISCLOSED 06/29/2014
  • dob permit issued 10/13/2017
  • DOB FILE PLANS 01/16/2014
  • DOB FILE Link
  • LIST/LAUNCH SALES 03/04/2015
  • height in feet 1,033
  • floors 70
  • AG Initial Price $ 3,392,486,000
  • ag file plans 06/29/2014
  • AG FILE Link
  • residential units 118
  • commercial units 0
  • hotel units 0
  • total units 222
  • square feet 472,465
  • const. status ON THE MARKET
  • block and lot 1-01030-0019
  • BIN 1090184
  • documents click here
  • Event Sales
  • Address 220 Central Park South
  • Neighborhood Central Park South
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 150,000
  • Price $ 132,000,000
  • Price per foot $ 880.00
  • Publication Date 08/01/2005
  • Event Date 06/22/2005
  • Party 1 Estate of Sarah Korein
  • Party 2 Clarett Group
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Sold for $132 million.

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