Situated along one of Manhattan’s most iconic corridors, neighboring the famed Plaza Hotel and offering full views of Central Park, 22 Central Park South has been expertly renovated and re-envisioned. Luxury department store Bergdorf Goodman is partnering with real estate developer Elad Group to curate residences at this landmarked, pre-war building. Designers will work with residents to realize a dream space and offer indefinite consultation.
The stylists will also virtually consult with the clients to advise on decorative options. Residents can call the Bergdorf concierge team 24/7 for personal shopping requests, dining questions, schedule beauty services or other reasonable whims that come up.
“The motivation for partnering with Bergdorf Goodman was to provide our residents at 22 Central Park South with something extremely special that they would not have been able to find elsewhere,” said Samantha Sax, director of sales and marketing at Elad Group, New York.
“This relationship is the first of its kind and offers residents an unprecedented level of access to the world’s most exclusive department store,” she said. “We knew that our buyer demographic would naturally be the Bergdorf customer who has ultra-high-end, discerning tastes and impeccable style.
The six full-floor residences are elegantly laid out two-bedroom, two and-a-half bathroom homes spanning 2,021 square feet with walnut herringbone wood flooring throughout the foyer, living room and dining room. The building’s top two floors house an expansive 2,943-square-foot duplex penthouse, offering three private outdoor terraces.
Residents of 22 Central Park South are able to access the luxurious health and beauty amenities next door at The Plaza Hotel including La Palestra, a contemporary fitness facility, Caudalie Spa, and Warren Tricomi Salon. Just across the street from Central Park, 22 Central Park South is close to some of the city’s finest restaurants, hotels, shopping and cultural institutions, including The Shops at Columbus Circle, the Time Warner Center, Lincoln Center, The Plaza Food Hall, Barney’s, The Shops at The Plaza, and Fifth Avenue’s illustrious retail district which features the acclaimed Bergdorf Goodman.