Triplex Penthouse 72 is a spectacular, one-of-a-kind penthouse residence that offers the grandeur of expansive indoor-outdoor living across three full floors, all with breathtaking, unobstructed 360-degree vistas that are perfectly centred over the entirety of Central Park to the north, and river-to-river over Manhattan’s iconic city skyline to the south. The triplex boasts 7,130 of beautifully finished interior sq ft with four bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. The extraordinary private loggia is 1,367 sq ft and provides for an elevated, sheltered open-air entertaining experience unrivalled on Central Park South.
The richly detailed residential interiors feature custom finishes conceived by Studio Sofield throughout that demonstrate an extraordinary commitment to traditional materials, quality and craftsmanship. The residence is designed around a dramatic, central extended-height entrance gallery with white macauba stone floors and a gracefully proportioned oval staircase connecting the upper and lower interior levels. On the lower floor, a formal Great Hall features custom smoke-grey solid oak parquet floors and monumental ceiling heights of 14 feet. It spans the width of the Tower and showcases unparalleled, symmetrical Park views through floor to ceiling windows framed in bronze. An expansive corner kitchen is completed with custom designed cabinetry finished in hand-rubbed plaster and chateau grey oak and counter tops and back splashes in stepped crystallo white quartzite. Appliances by Gaggenau include convection and steam ovens, a gas range with pot filler and vented hood, a fully integrated coffee machine, dishwasher and a side-by-side refrigerator and freezer. The formal dining room boasts sweeping sunset vistas over midtown and downtown Manhattan. Completing the lower floor are a guest bedroom, a full bath finished in crystallo gold quartzite, and a powder room complete with jewel onyx stone vanity, walls and wainscoting.
The upper interior floor is accessible by staircase or private elevator and features a lavish master suite on the Park complete with sitting room, a wet bar, two dressing halls and an expansive walk-in closet. The first master bathroom is finished in white onyx and includes a handmade freestanding polished nickel bathtub by William Holland, exclusive Studio Sofield-designed bronze fittings hand-cast by P.E. Guerin, custom bronze sconces and an enclosed shower with dual shower heads and body sprays. The secondary master bathroom is grey onyx with custom fixtures in blackened steel and glass. To the south of the upper viewing gallery are two additional guest bedrooms and a library with breathtaking city exposures, and two full baths in silverian marble.
Located directly below the two interior floors is the magnificent private loggia totalling 1,367 sq ft for outdoor living and dining on a grand scale. It features perfectly centred vistas over Central Park to the north and horizon-deep views to the south that span from Midtown to the Statue of Liberty and New York Harbour. Dedicated service and/or butler stations can be customised to your lifestyle.
Residents at 111 West 57th Street will benefit from a discreet porte cochere entrance on 58th Street, an 82 foot two-lane swimming pool with private cabanas, separate sauna and treatment rooms, double-height fitness centre with mezzanine terrace, private dining room and chef’s catering kitchen, residents’ lounge with expansive terrace, meeting rooms and study, 24-hour attended entrances and dedicated concierge service. Tower Residence closings are anticipated to commence early 2021.
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