Published on August 16, 2016

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 Per 6sqft, the Robert A.M. Stern-designed building is still currently under construction, but that isn’t stopping Sting from buying one of the coveted condos.

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Photography by COURTESY OF ROBERT A.M. STERN ARCHITECTS/VORNADO VIA 6SQFT

The limestone-clad luxury building sits on Central Park South and boasts sweeping views of the surrounding park. 

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Inspired by the old school charm of pre-war Manhattan, the posh pad has open living areas, high ceilings, and wall-length windows looking out to the famous skyline.

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Plus the place offers some pretty A-list amenities, including access to a screening room, library, spa, and athletic club.

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There’s even a private entrance and nightclub style dining room inside the 53-story spread. 

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Photography by COURTESY OF ROBERT A.M. STERN ARCHITECTS/VORNADO VIA 6SQFT

The designer building is also home to the most expensive apartment in New York City, a $250M penthouse that spans the entire top three floors!