Photo credit: Brown Harris Stevens
Photo credit: Brown Harris Stevens
Photo credit: Brown Harris Stevens
Photo credit: Brown Harris Stevens
Photo credit: Brown Harris Stevens
Photo credit: Brown Harris Stevens
Photo credit: Brown Harris Stevens

Jon Stryker Sells His Central Park West Penthouse For $42 Million

Jon Stryker is a philanthropist and heir to a surgical and hospital supply fortune. He just sold his stunning penthouse overlooking Central Park for $42 million.

The property was originally listed back in October for $48 million. The identity of the new buyer currently remains unknown.

The stunning 5,600 sq ft apartment is at the very top of the Prásadá building which is on New York’s 65th Street and Central Park West.

Back in 2002, Stryker originally paid $12.8 million for the two neighbouring apartments which, at the time was the most expensive apartment purchase in the history of the Upper West Side.

Sold through real estate agent, Brown Harris Stevens the property consists of 12 rooms with plenty of bright windows and two incredible terraces that look out over Central Park.

Source: The Real Deal

What do you think of this epic property? Would you love to live there or would that money serve you better somewhere else?

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‘Ferrari Land’ To Be Developed In Portaventura, Spain

Ferrari has announced plans to build a new theme park inside the PortAventura resort located near Barcelona, Spain.

Set to open its doors sometime in 2016, the new Ferrari Land theme park will cover no less than 75,000 square meters and will include the fastest-accelerating and highest vertical roller-coaster on the continent. In addition, the world’s first Ferrari-themed five-star hotel will be constructed within the PortAventura resort and will have 250 rooms, restaurants as well as a driving simulator.

Ferrari chose this location because PortAventura attracts approximately four million visitors every year, with half of them coming from outside Spain. The entire project will require an overall investment of 100 million euros and will be a follow-up to the Ferrari World theme park in UAE which was opened back in 2010.

Source: Ferrari

 

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