Soaring 1,416 feet above New York City in the tallest residential tower on the planet, the penthouse at Central Park Tower lays claim to the title of being the highest residence—and having the highest terrace—in the world. This once-in-a-lifetime residence occupies the top three floors of the most significant building on Billionaires’ Row, spanning 17,545 sq. ft. of interior space with a glorious 1,433 sq. ft. outdoor escape. With four exposures and unobstructed New York City views, the eye skips over the verdant expanse of Central Park, the pulsating lights of the Midtown and Downtown skylines, and the serene waterways that girdle Manhattan and are strewn with passing ships and darting ferries. The vistas from all rooms are beyond breathtaking, so vast and far-reaching one can almost see the horizon bend. Extell Development Company presents Central Park Tower, the definitive New York skyscraper.
Located on Manhattan’s Billionaire’s Row and moments from Central Park, Central Park Tower rises 1,550 feet above New York City, establishing it as the tallest residential building in the world. Elegant in form and dazzling in stature, this new global icon, designed by Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, boasts 360-degree views spanning from Central Park, to the Hudson and East Rivers, and the entirety of the New York City skyline. The building was designed from the inside out to maximize these incomparable panoramas. Refined interiors by Rottet Studios enhance these gracious residences designed for modern living at the pinnacle of luxury. Central Park Tower is home to Central Park Club, an exclusive offering of approximately 50,000 square feet of hotel-style services and amenities spanning three floors. Central Park Club accommodates every type of celebration and social engagement. Highlights include a 60-foot-long outdoor swimming pool and cabana deck, a private park, a state-of-the-art fitness and wellness center, multiple resident lounges, a dramatic screening room and the pinnacle of the Central Park Club, the highest Grand Ballroom and private restaurant ever built in New York.