(NEW YORK, NY) — British Rocker Sting has just purchased a penthouse in one of “Billionaires’ Row” ultraluxe residential towers. According to Curbed, Sting and his wife purchased the home for $65.75 million, closing the sale with Corcoran in mid-July.
220 Central Park South, designed by Robert A.M Stern Architects is a 79-story building known with an intimate 18-story “Villa” that faces Central Park. The infamous tower is decorated with Alabama limestone, accentuated with Juliet balconies, and has set-back terraces. Sting has shown committed interest in Stern’s projects, he recently sold his previous duplex for $50 million at 15 Central Park West, another one of Stern’s locations.
The Corcoran listing lists few details about the apartment, Rocker Sting will be occupying the penthouse on the sixteenth floor of the “Villa” which has approximately 5,807 square feet. The penthouse consists of five rooms, five and a half bathrooms, and offers exposure to north and south views. The building offers concierge, entertaining spaces, athletic club, spa and more.
In addition to the abundance of amenities, the building has to offer, the newest addition is said to be a Jean- Georges Vongerichten residents-only restaurant. Jean George a French-American chef is known for The Fulton located at Pier 17 and The Mercer Kitchen in SoHo. According to reports by Curbed, paperwork on file with the Department of Buildings indicates that the restaurant will be located on the second floor of the building.