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Extell Seeks $250M for Central Park Tower Penthouse 

Extell Development Company has put the world’s highest residence on the market. The penthouse at Extell’s Central Park Tower, 255 W. 57th St., is listed for $250 million. 

Situated 1,416 feet above the ground, atop the world’s tallest residential building, the penthouse spans 17,545 square feet of interior living space on three levels and a 1,433-square-foot outdoor terrace. Serhant.’s Ryan Serhant and Loy Carlos have the listing. 

“Central Park Tower has set a new bar for resort-style living, architectural innovation and impeccable interior design and the Penthouse is the crowning achievement,” said Gary Barnett, founder and chairman of Extell .  

He continued, “We have experienced significant sales activity this past year, further supporting our belief that buyers needed to see the completed building firsthand. We are confident that Serhant. will build on our success, as well as bring their own approach to selling this unprecedented residence.” 


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