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Extell Launches Closings at Central Park Tower

Extell Development Company said Thursday it had commenced closings at Central Park Tower, reportedly the world’s tallest residential building at 1,550 feet in. The 179 two-to-eight-bedroom residences begin on the 32nd floor of the building and range in size from 1,435 square feet to over 17,500 square feet.  

“Now that closings have commenced, residents will be able to experience the outstanding quality and unique lifestyle that is offered at Central Park Tower,” said Extell founder and chairman Gary Barnett,. “With first-class product and exceptional pricing that speaks to today’s market, Central Park Tower is the very best you can buy on Central Park.” 

The property at 217 W. 57th St. along Billionaires’ Row includes a pair of private residential clubs, including the 50,000-square-foot Central Park Club. It’s also home to Manhattan’s first Nordstrom’s first full-line department store, which opened in 2019.


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