The four-bedroom Ritz-Carlton condo that belongs to art collectors Roger Sant and his late wife, Vicki Sant, has hit the market for $39,000,000 with Carol Staab of Douglas Elliman. With interiors by AD100 designer, Thomas Pheasant, what sets this stunning home apart is its vast art collection. There is a curated selection of pieces by David Hockney, Ellsworth Kelly, Isamu Noguchi and Pablo Picasso. Funds from the sale of the full-floor, 6,800 sqft unit will go to the Staab family’s charitable foundation, the Summit Foundation, which focuses on sustainability and equality for women and girls.
Located on the 28th floor of the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton on Central Park South, the ultra-luxury bespoke unit features 4 bedrooms-5.5 baths as well as 13 windows facing New York’s Central Park. Thomas Pheasant’s design concept for this luxury home consists of a chain of wooden boxes that are transitioned into each living space of the apartment. These boxes frame the entry into each room. Anigre veneer in a golden-brown shade is the millwork used throughout the apartment and even inside the interior doors. The floors are custom Crema Marfil marble with neutral area rugs throughout. The contemporary furnishings are also all designed by Thomas Pheasant.
This luxury Ritz-Carlton condo is characterized by a generous layout with rooms flowing off the main center gallery. The library/ media room, formal dining room and living room open into each other via pocket doors. A marble powder room in the area of the public rooms features a beautiful brass basketweave custom panel in the front of the vanity.
The apartment has two separate wings. One wing includes the primary bedroom suite, two separate offices, two dressing areas with islands, two sets of walk-in closets, and two large marble baths. The bedroom boasts Central Park views from 3 windows as well as an east-facing window with a view of the Sherry Netherland. There is a sitting area with a partner’s desk facing the park as well as a media/ library area with seating.
The opposite wing of the gallery includes three guest rooms with ensuite marble baths. The windowed eat-in kitchen is outfitted with contemporary white European Poggenpohl cabinetry and honey toned marble counters. The floors are Crema Marfil marble. There is a top-of-the-line Miele wall oven, microwave and warming drawer. In addition, there is a Viking 6 burner cooktop with a Gaggenau hood.
Originally designed by Emery Roth, The Residences at the 5 Star Ritz Carlton includes only 12 homes. The private residential lobby offers the highest level of security and concierge service. A fitness center includes a movement studio and Peloton bike studio. Contour is a gastro lounge where residents can enjoy classic cocktails and fine cuisine from 7 am to midnight.
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