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By Lauren Hill | June 11 2019
Once complete, this landmark development will be one of the most talked-about places to live in the city. Reaching 1,428 ft, the new custom-cast terracotta, bronze and glass tower sits front and center on Central Park, rising up from the 1925 Beaux Arts building, Steinway Hall, where Steinway & Sons hosted the world’s most eminent pianists. Property Markets Group, Spruce Capital Partners and JDS Development Group fused the original building’s heritage with the cutting-edge architectural design of SHoP Architects and bespoke interiors of Studio Sofield.
The duplex residence, Penthouse 74, tops the building with 7,128 sq ft of living space and floor-to-ceiling windows showing spellbinding views over Central Park and the city skyline. The four bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms surround a high-ceilinged entrance gallery, and an oval staircase connects the upper and lower floors. Entertain guests in the dining room overlooking Manhattan and unwind in the master suite.