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April 12, 2012
A penthouse at Park Imperial on 230 W. 56th St.
It may not be Wall Street bonus season, but it might be prime time to plunk down a fortune for the ultimate playpen in the sky.
Three of four 70th-floor penthouse apartments are up for grabs at the Park Imperial, the midtown residential skyscraper that’s home to Deepak Chopra, P. Diddy and actor Christopher Meloni, who recently listed his apartment. If combined the grand home would be 5,300 square feet and cost a cool $21.94 million. That’s a good $93 million less than the 10,000- square-foot, $115 million penthouse down the street in the new luxury condo ONE57.
Who said midtown isn’t hot?
Wake up to sweeping views of Central Park.
The floors are dark Panga Panga hardwood, and the living room has a wood-burning fireplace. The kitchen is decked out with high-end Sub-Zero and Bosche appliances, onyx tile and thick gray granite countertops.
Since Serhant and Jabbour sold a three-bedroom, 2,292-square-foot apartment a floor below in February for $7.85 million - a 91% markup from its purchase price in 2005 - they are confident in the potential of the building.
“I’m bullish on midtown,” Jabbour said. “I have clients that tell me they are only looking at the upper West Side or upper East Side, and then I take them down here and they love it.”
Source: High Life Entire Floor New York Penthouse
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