The Manhattan home of a The billionaire hotel and casino developer , Steve Wynn made an appearance on the elite East Coast real estate market.
The home, a penthouse in Central Park South with panoramic Park and city views, was listed for $90 million. The mansion has 10,875 square feet of trifecta living area, three bedrooms, at least four baths, and a sense of elegance which is consistent with Wynn’s lavish preferences.
The interiors of the magnificent home in the sky are classically fashioned, with arched windows, inlaid marble flooring, and a Palladian sense of proportion. The ceiling heights are frequently astonishing; a tour of the flat is curiously comfortable, as rooms accrue with a generous spirit and Central Park stretches beyond.
The living portions of the apartment are spread across a duplex arrangement. Among the interesting historical aspects of the pre-development building are the Emery Roth-designed St. Moritz. The living room, which was once the hotel’s ballroom, is at the top of the list.
A separate media room and a library are among the residence’s specialty rooms. The kitchen is a ‘commercial renaissance’ landscape of steel that would make any successful chef feel right at home, while the master bedroom has a gym, Jacuzzi, and an auxiliary bath in its dressing area. The terraces of the unit feature an area for warm-weather breakfast.