Yet another pricey 15 Central Park West penthouse lists for $65M
The living room has floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook Central Park. | Courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens
A biotech investor is the latest bigwig to put his 15 Central Park West pad on the market
Sellers of luxury real estate haven’t been having the easiest time offloading their pricey properties this year, but that hasn’t stopped people from listing those über-expensive apartments anyway—often with eye-popping price tags.
Case in point: Lindsay Rosenwald, an investor in the biotech sphere, is selling a penthouse at 15 Central Park West, the Robert A.M. Stern-designed building that’s long been a magnet for high-rollers. According to the Wall Street Journal, which first reported the sale, Rosenwald originally shelled out $30.55 million for the apartment, so he’s seeking a hefty return on investment. (Will he take that money and run to 220 Central Park South? Time will tell!)
The apartment itself is a 5,900-square-foot duplex occupying a southeastern corner of the building, meaning it has fabulous Central Park views from its 1,000-square-foot terrace. There are five bathrooms—including a master suite with its own balcony, sitting room, en-suite bathroom, and walk-in closet—six and a half bathrooms, an eat-in kitchen (with a breakfast nook), and multiple walk-in closets throughout. It is, in short, exactly what you’d expect from this particular high-end building.
Rosenwald is the second bigwig in as many months to put their 15 CPW penthouse on the market: In August, hedge funder Daniel Och listed his penthouse for $57 million. It’s slightly smaller, but still has those Central Park views.
Rosenwald’s duplex penthouse is listed with Brown Harris Stevens’s Felise S. Gross, Diane Abrams, and David Kornmeier. Monthly maintenance, common charges, and taxes would come to $24,013.