GRID Group formally announced the launch of sales at 145 Central Park North, a boutique condominium directly on Central Park with astonishing views of New York City. 145 Central Park features 37 one- to four-bedroom homes designed and built by GLUCK+ beginning at $1.25 million. 145 Central Park North is the only residential building in the neighborhood that affords every single residence exceptional views of Central Park. This feat is enabled by the site’s unusual footprint wider than it is deep, spanning 100 feet wide facing Central Park.
“145 Central Park North is the culmination of many years spent meticulously mapping out an unconventional site,” says Yiannes Einhorn, Principal at GRID Group. “The unique footprint of the development enabled us to capture views of the most spectacular skyline in the world for every residence and we’re thrilled to introduce these homes to the market.”
GLUCK+ designed 145 Central Park North to be in context with the surrounding neighborhood. A rare opportunity to complete the street wall around Central Park, this new building will add to the rich history of special moments along the park’s perimeter. The building façade’s design features a highly articulated skin for the lower nine ﬂoors with a deep bronze proﬁle to relate to the height, rhythm, and texture of the neighboring residential buildings from the 1930s, and a taut all-glass skin wrapping the top four ﬂoors above.
“Our goal was to create a building that was worthy of its place in the city and had the depth and richness of iconic buildings that surround the park, while being a building of its time that can endure far into the future,” adds Thomas Gluck, Principal at GLUCK+.
Residences at 145 Central Park North feature unique floor to ceiling windows facing Central Park with white oak frames and wireless automated window shades. The homes include beautiful white oak floors, vented Electrolux washers/dryers, Wi-Fi-enabled thermostats, and VRF heating and cooling systems along with individual ventilation systems so that no air is shared between residences. The building features two spectacular penthouses, both with their own private rooftop terraces and custom stainless steel spas overlooking the park, and 24 residences with private outdoor space.
The timeless kitchens at 145 Central Park North offer a clean and sleek aesthetic with custom millwork and no exposed hardware. They are equipped with honed Jet Mist granite countertops, custom matte gray lacquer and glass cabinetry, two dishwashers, and fully-integrated Fisher & Paykel appliances.
Nestos Gray marble floors subtly play off Bianco Alanur marble walls in the master bathrooms. Floating vanities include chic Hansgrohe satin nickel fixtures. Deep soaking tubs and walk-in showers with wide showerheads make for a spa-like experience coupled with radiant heat flooring. Secondary bathrooms are wrapped in Bianco Alanur marble tiles with custom floating vanities, Hansgrohe fixtures, and tub and shower combinations with built-in toiletry niches.
“I am floored by 145 Central Park North. It’s something you need to see to believe,” says Ryan Serhant, broker with NestSeekers International. “GRID Group has created a neighborhood-defining building that will command top dollar.”
Amenities include a full-time doorman, children’s playroom, state-of-the-art fitness center, resident’s lounge, common terrace, cabanas, and a furnished rooftop deck with breathtaking views of the Park and the Manhattan skyline. On-site parking and storage units are available to purchase.
145 Central Park North launches on the heels of the completion of 124 West 16th Street and 246 West 16th Street, two boutique condominiums developed by GRID Group with limited residences available for sale. 124 West 16th Street has only one unit left and four residences within the range of $5-6 million have sold in the past month alone.
145 Central Park North is situated between Malcolm X and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevards and sits directly on Central Park in the iconic neighborhood of Harlem. The building is steps from dozens of popular restaurants, cafes, bars, and shops, and it is five minutes from Harlem Meer, North Woods, and The Blockhouse.