Steve Wynn is betting big as he hopes to score $90 million for his Central Park South penthouse.
Located on the 30th and 31st floors of the Ritz-Carlton, the casino magnate spent $70 million to purchase the property in 2012 from Christopher Jeffries, a founding partner at Millennium Partners. the real deal,
If Wynn, 80, gets anywhere near his asking price, it would mark a priceless sale for the building.
Last year, a 6,800-square-foot, full-floor unit in a building owned by film producer Sidney Kimmel went under contract with an asking price of just $24.5 million.
The other two active listings are under $40 million.
But Wynn’s penthouse is huge, spanning nearly 11,000 square feet across both floors.
The three-bedroom duplex residence overlooks Central Park and the Manhattan skyline.
Designed by master architect Emery Roth, the building opened in 1930 as the Hotel St. Moritz before being converted into a residential property.
The former ballroom of the Hotel St. Moritz is now the apartment’s spacious living room.
Accessed by a private elevator landing, the gallery entryway leads to a 44-foot-wide and 15-foot-high great room with 10 arched windows and the largest ceiling in the building, which extends 45 feet.
Amenities include a media room, a library, a wet bar, and a dining room with its own 28-foot-tall ceiling. The chef’s kitchen comes with a terraced breakfast room, which also has Central Park views, the listing notes.
Downstairs are the private quarters, accessed via a marble staircase. The primary suite has a spa-like bathroom, dressing room, gym and massage room.
The other two bedrooms include en-suite bathrooms.
“Residents also benefit from the world-class luxury services and amenities of a Ritz-Carlton hotel, including La Prairie Spa and Health Club, business center, Contour Bar and Lounge, in-room dining services and housekeeping,” the listing notes.
Owned by Serena Boardman of Sotheby’s International Realty listing,
Meanwhile, Wynn is also trying to land his Beverly Hills pad. he initially home listed for $135 million, later lowering the demand to $100 million. It still remains for sale.