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Manhattan Aerie at a Trump Tower Overlooking Central Park Lists for $39 Million

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A two-story mansion with Central Park views at Manhattan’s Trump International Hotel and Tower went public for $39 million on Monday, Mansions Global learned.

Located on the 47th floor of a 52-story building in Central Park West, two adjacent apartments have been converted into one 6,279-square-foot home, according to Douglas Elliman’s listing of Kirsten Jordan and Karishma Sani. The apartment boasts “sunlit exposures facing east, south, and west,” allowing expansive views of the park and city skyline.

The recently renovated home, which has never been lived in, has “perfect floor plans for entertaining,” Jordan said in an email.


She called the renovation “dazzling.”

“You’re essentially buying great taste in the Trophy Building with the view every New Yorker wants.

The three-year renovation brought a modern sensibility to the space, according to Liszt. Finishes include floor-to-ceiling windows, oak chevron flooring, Italian marble, Belgian wool curtains and designer wallpaper and custom hardware throughout the home.

The open-plan layout includes a living area where hand-applied European clay-based wall finishes add warmth to the home, and a butler’s pantry that services the area. The kitchen and dining area, as well as the adjoining study, feature blond oak paneling, Gaggenau and Subzero appliances, and black and white Arabescato Corchia marble counters and backsplashes.

French metal and glass doors separate private spaces, including five bedroom suites. The main suite features pale blue wallpaper hand-painted in New York by Kalidas Guild, a bathroom with a Calacatta gold marble mirror and vanity, a dressing room, and a bathtub with skyline views.


There is also a junior primary bedroom suite with a lounge next to the bedroom, while the remaining three bedrooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, full bathrooms and ample closet space.

“Each of the house’s seven full bathrooms and powder rooms features a different marble or high-quality finish, such as wallpaper from Milan’s handcrafted Italian Fabscarte,” List said.

The apartment was last sold for $25 million in 2018 through an LLC, according to PropertyShark records.Mansion Global was unable to identify the seller, but said Lakshmi Mittal, the 72-year-old head of Luxembourg-based ArcelorMittal, the world’s largest steel producer, or a member of his family of 4. He reportedly bought the house years ago. The Real Deal article at the time.

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