The Central Park Tower is known as the World Tallest Residential Building, whose height is 1,550 feet and this tower is designed by architecture firm Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill. This tower has been build in Manhattan which comes from the famous cities in the USA.
Before, this title(World tallest Residential Building) had given to 432 Park Avenue, which height is 1,398 feet (426 meters), this building was design by Rafael Viñoly. The Central Park Tower grab this title from 432 Park Avenue and become the world tallest Residential Building, whose height is around 472.4 meters.
This tower was created for developers Extell Development by the Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture's, which is situated few blocks from Central Park at 225 West 57th Street. Condominiums will stay in the upper levels of the tower and in the middle part of the building has a hotel and the lower part of the building has a seven-story Nordstrom store.
The design of the building has entirely different from neighboring which makes it unique and keeps stands out from others. The exterior of the building is comprising a mixture of different materials like glass, stainless steel. From 300 feet (91 meters) upwards, a volume is cantilevered on the eastern side to offer park views for residents.
The skyscraper offers two to eight bedrooms and starting from 1,435 square feet (133 square meters) to over 17,500 square feet (1626 square meters). The accommodate will stay above the 31st floor and the total number of accommodating will 179.
The interior of the building was designed by Texas firm Rottet Studio. The design of the floor is a wooden parquet with leather furnishing and marble counters. Apart from this residents will have access to a suite of luxury amenities organized by an in-house private club, Central Park Club.
All kinds of amenities are available for residents, like a large outdoor area that includes a world-class swimming pool with sunbeds, gardens and dining areas. The building also has an inside slender swimming pool, a cigar bar, a private dining room, and a grand ballroom, along with children's play areas, a screening room, and conference suites.
Reference From:- dezeen.com