Park Place

  • Photo by Richard Caplan
    Photo by Richard Caplan
  • Photo by Richard Caplan
    Photo by Richard Caplan
  • Photo by Richard Caplan
    Photo by Richard Caplan
  • Photo by Richard Caplan
    Photo by Richard Caplan
  • Photo by Richard Caplan
    Photo by Richard Caplan
  • Photo by Richard Caplan
    Photo by Richard Caplan
  • Photo by Richard Caplan
    Photo by Richard Caplan
  • Photo by Richard Caplan
    Photo by Richard Caplan
  • Photo by Richard Caplan
  • Photo by Richard Caplan
  • Photo by Richard Caplan
  • Photo by Richard Caplan
  • Photo by Richard Caplan
  • Photo by Richard Caplan
  • Photo by Richard Caplan
  • Photo by Richard Caplan

Three full-floor residences in the neo-Georgian-style Whitman building on Madison Square Park have sold, but the historic structure’s penthouse is still available. Priced at $25 million unfurnished, the home offers 3,106 square feet of private outdoor space and a recently finished interior design scheme by the emerging designer Jeremiah Brent. Brent’s interiors, with furnishings that he describes as “the new traditionalist,” complement the unit’s light oak floors and white marble counters. Vintage pieces from Paul McCobb, Milo Baughman, Boris Bally, and Mario Botta sit alongside newer ones from stores like Blueprint and Room & Board. The duplex spans 6,540 square feet, on floors five and six of the Whitman, and offers four bedrooms, six and a half baths, high ceilings (from 11 feet to 12 feet 4 inches), Arclinea kitchen cabinetry, Miele and Sub-Zero kitchen appliances, and Dornbracht and Hansgrohe bathroom fixtures.

The Whitman, 212.488.8660, www.thewhitman.com

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