- author: Ryan Serhant
Central Park Tower: A glimpse into the world's most expensive home
Welcome to the Central Park Tower Penthouse - the most exclusive and expensive home in the world. As you step in on the 129th floor, over 1400 feet in the air, you will find a breathtaking view of Central Park, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Connecticut right under 360-degree vision.
With an exquisite art collection and new furniture, the Central Park Tower Penthouse is super exclusive and can only be accessed by those with a net worth of over a billion dollars. Before the property is sold, let us take a tour around the various rooms on offer.
One of the unique features of this apartment is the enormity of its living rooms. With a massive square footage of 17,545 interior square feet and 1,433 exterior square feet, it boasts of being the highest residential Terrace in the world with 27-foot ceilings. You can enjoy the 360-degree views of Central Park and the Big Apple - from the Hudson Plains to Newark. The volumetric space creates an excellent viewing point to direct air traffic into airports and watch the ball drop in Times Square.
The dining room can accommodate many people and can be whatever you want it to be if you are the owner of the apartment, with an asking price of $250 million. From your dining table, you can see Central Park and direct air traffic or enjoy the view of the Manhattan skyline, ships coming in from and going out to New York Harbor.
The apartment has two kitchens, with one being the Rolls-Royce of all kitchens. The finish, touch, and fixture are distinct, making it a fitting abode for those with the world's highest taste. And as you cook, you can savor the view of the entire island of Manhattan, the Atlantic Ocean and watch as planes take off and land in Newark.
Moving upstairs, through the architecture of the building, which is anchored into the slabs, you will come into the primary bedroom. Walk-in closets are enormous, and you will enjoy the view of the outdoors and the thrill that comes with being 1400 feet up as the sun rises and sets.
As you move to the highest residential ballroom, you get the acme of luxury, with an expansive room, which makes even the tallest basketball player feel small. It is the perfect spot to hold private parties, functions, and social gatherings.
Finally, the highest residential terrace in the world offers the best view you can ever see. Enjoy the panorama of New York and other neighboring states, as well as the curvature of the earth as you bask in the luxury of the highest imaginable leisure within your reach.
The Central Park Tower Penthouse offers an experience that can hardly be found anywhere in the world. The 100th-floor private restaurant, private club, multiple pools, and outdoor space guarantee that you do not have to step outside to have the best of experiences. The towering building took over 20 years to construct and invests nearly $3 billion. If you are a billionaire with a love for a lavishing home, this is just the perfect offer for you.