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The most expensive condo tower in US sells unit for $33M

A New York City unit on the most expensive condo tower in the United States simply bought for a whopping $33 million, solely a month after it hit the market. 

Connecticut-based hedge fund supervisor and founder and CEO of WorldQuant Igor Tulchinsky put in a proposal on the asking value on March 5, the Wall Street Journal reported. The sale closed on April 24. 

The condo was first listed for sale on Feb. 1. 

Located at 220 Central Park South on the fifty fifth flooring in the 79-floor constructing, the condo is designed with a up to date fashionable and smooth inside, donning largely black and white finishes and oak flooring. 

The main living area boasts sweeping views of Central Park.
The major dwelling space boasts sweeping views of Central Park.
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A wide shot of the main living area with expansive windows, oak flooring, and a fire place.
A large shot of the principle dwelling space with expansive home windows, oak flooring and a fire.
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A breakfast space.
A breakfast area.
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The corner residence boasts an open-floor plan.
The nook residence boasts an open flooring plan.

The three-bedroom, four-bathroom property bought for $6.2 million greater than the earlier proprietor had paid for it slightly over a year in the past, reinforcing the truth that items in the constructing are nonetheless thought-about a scorching commodity regardless of the plunge the New York market took because of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The kitchen boasts top of the line appliance and holds two stoves.
The kitchen boasts top-of-the-line home equipment and holds two stoves.
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The chefs kitchen with white marble counter tops.
The chef’s kitchen comes with a white marble island.
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Views of New York City can be seen from every room.
Views of New York City may be seen from each room.
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Perched excessive above town, the unit boasts sweeping views north of Central Park, with Hudson River views on the east facet.  

The half-floor nook unit options embrace one powder room with a non-public laundry room, a non-public service entrance and a non-public storage room. Boasting 11-foot-high ceilings and over 3,200 sq. ft of dwelling area, the residence is made up of strong core oak doorways, herringbone oak flooring and expansive home windows paired with modern finishes. 

The master bedroom.
The master suite.
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The master bathroom.
The grasp rest room.
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The bathrooms are made with full white marble flooring and material.
The bogs are made with full white marble flooring and materials.
One of three bedrooms.
One of three bedrooms.
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One of four bathrooms.
One of 4 bogs.
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The unit comes with a gallery entrance, chef’s kitchen and a grand saloon with spacious bedrooms. 

Amenities of the constructing are limitless and embrace a five-star white-glove service foyer, gated non-public indoor motor reception with non-public parking, a non-public indoor pool, an athletic membership and spa, a basketball court docket, squash court docket, mountaineering wall and sport room, non-public film theatre, a sweet bar and a non-public Jean Georges restaurant with a non-public bar and roof backyard. 

Another bedroom with double-walled windows.
Another bed room with double-walled home windows.
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Another bathroom.
Another rest room.
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The private laundry room.
The non-public laundry room.
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Last summer time, a purchaser plunked down a hefty $101.71 million for a penthouse on the 76th flooring of the condo tower. 

220 Central Park South made actual property historical past when billionaire Ken Griffin spent $238 million for his items in the center of the constructing, a deal that set the file for the highest-priced residence ever bought in the U.S.

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