SPACE AGE: The
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PENTHOUSE 2001: The largest of the three individual penthouses on the Central Park South side of the building. It's a corner duplex with five bedrooms, plus a library and 5 1 / 2 baths. It has a total of over 5,600 interior square feet, and 300 square feet of terrace overlooking the park and is laid out in a very classic Park Avenue style, with a gallery entry, sweeping central staircase and private elevator. All this could be yours for the price of $29,500,000.
PENTHOUSE 2011: One of very few units remaining on the Fifth Avenue side of the building, this is a 3-bedroom, 3 1 / 2 -bath duplex with all major rooms, as well as a 40-foot sweep of terrace, overlooking Grand Army Plaza. It consists of over 2,900 square feet and is available for $14,500,000.
APARTMENT 1503: The most sought-after line in the building, this is a 2-bedroom, 2 1 / 2 -bath apartment with every single window facing Central Park. It's 1,985 square feet, with an asking price just under $9,700,000.
APARTMENT 1704: This line has particularly broad appeal, because it works well either as a huge (1,257 square feet) one bedroom with an oversized, L-shaped living/dining room, or as a two bedroom with a living room that is still substantially proportioned. Two full bathrooms and a closet in the dining area make for an easy conversion. Priced at $3,444,000.
There is also a limited selection of remaining one- and two-bedroom residences facing south and west over Plaza Private Gardens. The one-bedrooms are in the $2 million range, and the two-bedrooms are around $4 million.