With residents officially moving in, and on the heels of celebrity planner Colin Cowie being tapped as the building’s lifestyle curator, Central Park Tower is offering a first look inside a private residence designed by global designer and Australian-based Blainey North.
With over 20 years of experience and a waiting list of up to two years, Blainey’s eponymous interior and architecture studio, Blainey North & Associates, has worked across an array of different projects from prestigious residences for A-list celebrities and captains of industry, to mega yachts, restaurants, and now the walls of the tallest residential tower.
Blainey, in her first venture designing a residence in the US, reimagined a 3,165-square-foot three-bedroom, three-bathroom. Located on the 66th floor, the residence is listed for $21,890,000.
The living room (also dubbed “The Grand Salon”) features the artwork by Dan Schneiger. Nearly all of the furniture in the entry, Grand Salon, Master Bedroom and Study are from the Blainey North collection. Other pieces that the designer sourced externally include items by Gabrielle Scott, The Rug Company, Amy Somerville, The Urban Electric Co and more. She also incorporated an eclectic selection of wallpaper: the master bedroom boasts an ivory and gold woven wallpaper while the second bedroom, envisioned as a little girls oasis, boasts a soft pink satin wallpaper.
Central Park Tower, the tallest residential building in the world at 1,550 feet, offers Central Park and skyline views, exquisite architecture, thoughtfully designed floor plans, and one of the world’s most exclusive private clubs. Residents can enjoy access to an expansive outdoor terrace with a swimming pool and cabanas for entertaining; a private screening room, residents’ lounge, and tween game lounge on the 14th floor; and a full floor of fitness and wellness amenities, including a state-of-the-art gym, training room, squash/basketball court, spa treatment room and more on the 16th floor.