The Upper East Side is not an address but a way of life, a neighborhood that evokes privacy, prestige and success unlike any other.
TALL, DECK & HANDSOME:
GOTHAM’S GLITZIEST BALCONIES
February 11th 2016/
It really is better on top.
That’s the thinking behind the 54-story Robert A.M. Stern-designed 520 Park Ave. — an under-construction condominium tower aimed to finish in 2018.
Once completed, it will have all the glitzy trappings you’d expect from super-luxury Manhattan development: a two-level health and fitness center; swimming pool with vaulted ceiling and hand-carved stone walls; even climate-controlled wine cellars available for purchase.Read More
A RISING TOWER ON NEW YORK'S BILLIONAIRES' ROW WILL HAVE A $130 MILLION PENTHOUSE — HERE'S YOUR FIRST LOOK
October 16th 2015/
Two years since its groundbreaking, Zeckendorf Development’s tower o’ opulence at 520 Park Avenue has finally emerged from its cavernous trench.
Set for completion in 2018, the Billionaires’ Row building will climb 54 floors and 780 feet into the Manhattan skyline, becoming the tallest and likely the most prestigious building on the Upper East Side.Read More
NEW TOWER TO JOIN 'BILLIONAIRES ROW'
March 24th 2014/
Park Avenue soon will have a new limestone tower to join the ranks of the street's architecturally noteworthy buildings, from Lever House to the Seagram Building. Unlike those glass office buildings in the modern International Style, the 51-story building at 520 Park Ave. will feature vertical mansions clad in traditional stone at the edge of a neighborhood real-estate people have begun to call "Billionaires Row."Read More
MANHATTAN'S NEW MOST EXPENSIVE LISTING
September 24th 2014/
New York City has a new most expensive apartment for sale, and it’s not even built yet.
With an asking price of $130 million, the 12,394-square-foot triplex planned to top a luxury tower that is set to go up at 520 Park Avenue would be the most expensive apartment New York has ever seen, surpassing the $118.5 million asking price for three separate units currently being marketed together in Battery City’s Ritz-Carlton tower.Read More
NYC’S MOST EXPENSIVE CONDO TO BE LISTED AT $130 MILLION
September 23rd 2014/
A triplex penthouse at Zeckendorf Development Co.’s tower under construction on Manhattan’s Upper East Side will be offered for sale at $130 million, making it New York’s most expensive apartment listing.
The 12,394-square-foot (1,151-square-meter) property will span the top three floors at 520 Park Ave., where sales will begin the first quarter of next year, Arthur Zeckendorf said in an interview today.
The tower’s offering plan, which details units for sale and their prices, was approved by the New York State attorney general’s office last week, allowing the developer to begin marketing the 31 apartments, Zeckendorf said. The building, between 60th and 61st streets, will include seven duplexes of about 9,138 square feet each, starting at $67 million, according to the plans. Single-floor units of about 4,600 square feet will start at $16.2 million.Read More