An unknown buyer has bought down $101.71 million for a penthouse on the 76th floor of 220 Central Park South — the Manhattan address home to America’s priciest sale ever.
The buyer, 76CPS LP, paid $99.9 million for the apartment in the sky, plus another $1.81 million for a smaller unit in the building, according to city property records. The Real Deal first reported the purchase.
The penthouse takes up the entire 76th floor. It runs 8,200 square feet and comes with nearly 850 square feet of outdoor space.
That wasn’t even the only big purchase recorded in the building in the past week: Another two buyers paid more than $50 million each for their new homes. One paid $55.5 million for a 68th-floor unit, while another paid $53.96 million for a 64th-floor apartment, according to city property records.