Life gets easier for the well-heeled, especially for the ones residing at the 22 Central Park South! The real estate developer Elad Group has roped in Bergdorf Goodman to cater to the whims of their residents. This first of its kind merger of Bergdorf will not only facilitate exclusive shopping experiences to the residents but it has also resulted in titivating residences at 22 Central Park South to cater to their tastes.
The sophisticated midtown shopping destination has decorated a model resident at 22 Central Park South with an abundant devotion to luxurious materials, comfortable furniture and well-chosen decorative accessories from brands like Banchi, Kathryn McCoy, Kelly Wearstler, Diane James, Veritas glass, Aerin, Agraria, L’Objet and more. The well-appointed stylists can be personally consulted by clients for decorating their dream space.
Luxury Daily also reports that the six full-floor residences include one-bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom, and two-bedroom, two and-a-half bathroom apartments spanning 2,021 square feet. The building’s top two floors house a duplex penthouse, offering three private outdoor terraces.
The above featured 22 Central Park South condominium is listed for $26,500,000. With the soaring towers of Manhattan as its backdrop, this duplex full-floor penthouse is private and one of a kind. The impressive, 2,943 square-foot, three-bedroom residence touts three landscaped terraces totaling over 900 square feet from which to experience the changing light and the full breadth of day as it passes across the city.
The personal touch extends to the shopping experience too. All the coveted residents will have the privilege of the Bergdorf concierge team 24/7 for personal shopping requests, dining questions, schedule beauty services and much more. Raising the notch higher to satiate the need for exclusivity as well as priority, the Fifth Avenue luxury retailer will also allow the residents an access to new and limited-edition items from the Bergdorf Decorative Home section prior to their in-store debut.
Samantha Sax, director of sales and marketing at Elad Group, New York justified the need for such mergers, “Boutique developments are in high demand for affluent clientele because they are more intimate and offer an elevated level of privacy and security. A partnership like the one we have with Bergdorf Goodman at 22 Central Park South, is all about personal attention, specialized services and a level of exclusivity which is exactly what our buyers at 22 CPS are looking for.”
Within walking distance are major New York destinations such as Bergdorf Goodman, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the Shops at Columbus Circle, The Plaza, Tiffany & Co., and the Museum of Modern Art, as well as La Grenouille and Per Se, two of New York’s premiere restaurants.
Via Luxury Daily
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