All of New York City’s Central Park—plus the city skyline and Hudson River—is in full view from the floor-to-ceiling windows of a One57 condominium that hit the market Wednesday for $45 million.
The 6,240-square-foot residence has four bedrooms and five-and-a-half bedrooms and takes up the entire 86th floor of the luxury tower in Midtown Manhattan, according to Corcoran. Agent Carrie Chiang has the listing.
A modern design sensibility is on display throughout the apartment, with custom wallpaper and painted finishes, bespoke millwork and built-in shelving and distinctive headboards.
New York-based designer Thomas Juul-Hansen created the wood-clad eat-in kitchen, which has Miele and Sub-Zero appliances, as well as vanities in the marble master bathrooms.
The 1,500-square-foot master suite has Central Park and skyline views, a separate sleeping area and lounge, a custom-designed dressing room and two en-suite master bathrooms connected by a wet room featuring hand-carved marble tub and a steam room.
The unit was last purchased by a trust in 2015 for $47.4 million, according to public records.
One57 is set above the Park Hyatt Hotel on West 57th Street, which has become known as Billionaires’ Row. The building has seen a few apartment sales in recent weeks, including a three-bedroom apartment that was asking $10.95 million in early July and a 59th-floor three-bedroom condo that was asking $27.1 million at the end of June.
There are currently 19 active sales listings in the building, according to StreetEasy, including the 6,234-square-foot unit 87, priced at $49.8 million.
Ms. Chiang declined to comment for this article.