The hybrid development formerly called "Carnegie 57" because of it's location on West 57th Street next to Carnegie Hall will include retail/hotel and residential condos.
The 90-story building's 136 residential units will be on top of the 210-room Park Hyatt Hotel. The residential units, designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen will start on the building's 21st floor, will have spectacular views and have a swimming pool/fitness center/spa on the top. The building's garage will contain 63 parking spaces.
Asking prices for condos are up to $4,000 per square foot for one-bedrooms; up to $4,150 per square foot for two bedrooms; up to $6,580 per square foot for three bedrooms; and up to $8,413 per square foot for four bedrooms.
There is a 4,603-square-foot five-bedroom with an outdoor terrace for sale asking $16.75 million and two massive duplex penthouses priced at $90.5 million and $98.5 million.
The smallest 1 bedroom at 1,021 square feet and cheapest apartment in the building is asking $3,065,000.
Extell's recent successful developments include 535 WEA on West End Avenue, The Avery, The Rushmore and The Aldyn on Riverside Boulevard/Riverside South and the Ariel East and West in Manhattan Valley on the Upper West Side.
Construction is scheduled to be completed in 2013.
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