New York PostBy Jennifer Gould
April 5, 2023
Tillery, a former Charger, re-upped as a Raider and is now a penthouse owner. Icon Sportswire via Getty Images
The 1,757-square-foot spread includes a fireplace and incredible Central Park views. Evan Joseph
Stately 145 Central Park North fronts the city’s most amazing green space. Brad Dickson
One of the four bedrooms inside the lofty lair. Evan Joseph
There’s an open living and dining room overlooking Central Park, an open kitchen and a main bedroom that also boasts park views — along with double closets and an ensuite bath.
Harlem prices have been on the rise since last summer, when Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka sold their brownstone for $6.99 million, a neighborhood record.
Tillery first toured the penthouse last April, when he was a defensive end for the Los Angeles Chargers.
The defensive tackle can enjoy the view-tastic rooftop area from the comfort of a hot tub. Redundant Pixel
The Central Park North address has an eat-in kitchen. Evan Joseph
The home sports floor-to-ceiling windows. Evan Joseph
Building amenities include a doorman, a package room, a children’s playroom, a gym and a residents-only lounge. Up on the roof, views span from the park to the city skyline.
Crypto entrepreneur Lane Rettig and his wife Lily also own in the building, as Gimme Shelter previously reported.
Mike Fabbri and Joe Curry of Nestseekers share the co-exclusive listing with Ryan Serhant of Serhant New Development. The buyer’s broker is Viktoryia Shymchonak of Compass.