For $8.85M, a condo with Central Park and Manhattan skyline views from every room

Photo credit: Allyson Lubow for Corcoran

Want priceless views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline? It will cost you $8,850,000. Every room of this newly available corner condo unit at the Deutsche Bank Center at 25 Columbus Circle, provides front-row urban and park vistas, high above it all. Sprawling and sunny, the 67th-floor apartment measures 2,400 square feet and contains three bedrooms.

Upon entering the home, a large foyer leads to a library wrapped in custom millwork. Look up and find coffered ceilings. Look outside and find the towering buildings of Hudson Yards and beyond.

Just off the main gallery is a modern kitchen, with Statuario marble countertops and backsplash and Varenna cabinetry. Top-of-the-line appliances are by Miele and Sub-Zero.

The home’s expansive living and dining space boasts 10-foot-tall floor-to-ceiling windows from which to admire the stop-in-your-tracks views of Central Park and the towers that line it. The 27-foot-wide space is large enough for whatever combination of living, dining, and entertaining one can dream of.

The glass-wrapped primary suite will let you wake up to some of the most iconic views in the world. The room feels like a true oasis, with plenty of space for lounging and relaxing. The room has three closets, including a generous walk-in, and a windowed en-suite bath.

One Central Park is an 80-floor mixed-use tower with 133 residences starting on the 52nd floor. Residents have access to the amenities at the tower next door, the Mandarin Oriental, including Club 51, which has a dining room fit for 40, a professional kitchen, a fitness center, a massage room with shower, a screening room, and a landscaped terrace with a bartender station. Plus, residents can enjoy the hotel’s world-renowned spa, health club, and 75-foot indoor pool.

Also in the building are high-end restaurants Per Se and Masa and a Whole Foods store.

[Listing details: 25 Columbus Circle, 67C at CityRealty] [At The Corcoran Group by Paul Kolbusz and Melissa Sargeantson]


Photo credit: Allyson Lubow for Corcoran

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