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Trump International Penthouse With Views Of Central Park Sells For A $23M – $4M Under Asking Price 

A luxurious five-bedroom penthouse in Trump International sold for $4million under its asking price at a total of $23million. 

The 1 Central Park West penthouse – located inside Trump International – sold last week for $23.5million, according to public records. It was last sold in 1997 for a mere $6million, quadrupling in price over the last 25 years.

Penthouse 50A is located on the southwest corner of the 44-story tower, with magnificent views of Central Park and the New York City skyline. 

It also is home to a two-Michelin star restaurant, Jean Georges, and is one of the few Trump-owned buildings that still bear his name in the façade. After Trump became president, residents of his buildings voted to remove his name from most of them. 

The 4,500-square-foot home has views of the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, as well as the finish line of the NYC marathon and the New Year’s Eve celebrations from the privacy of their floor-to-ceiling windows. It also provides beautiful views of the sunrise and sunset and 130-feet of view of Central Park, according to the listing. 

The home also provides 24-hour doorman services and live-in super, a roof deck, maid services, and a health club with a pool, spa, and steam room. 

‘1 Central Park West sits in the epicenter of NYC culture and conveniently to the best of the City,’ the listing said.  

The 1 Central Park West penthouse – located inside Trump International – sold last week for $23.5million, according to public records. It was last sold in 1997 for a mere $6million, quadrupling in price over the last 25 years 

The open-concept kitchen and living room has stunning views of the city. The home also provides 24-hour doorman services and live-in super, a roof deck, maid services, and a health club with a pool, spa, and steam room

Penthouse 50A is located on the southwest corner of the 44-story tower, with magnificent views of Central Park and the New York City skyline

All five bedrooms in the penthouse also have their own bathroom, plus an additional one and half baths.   

The master bedroom overlooks Central Park, facing east, and has two master bathrooms, including a dressing room and several walk-in closets. 

Another bedroom has spectacular views of the west side of Manhattan and includes a built-in armoire into the wall with a modern chandelier hanging over the bed. 

The kitchen and living room are connected through an open concept and with the dining area overlooking the corner of the park and living space overlooking the city.  The space allows for endless seating options and compliment nicely for a clean, neutral aesthetic that allows the abundance of park greenery to light up the room. 

The shared gym area has a loofah bar, fresh fruit available, as well as multiple ellipticals machines and strength conditioning machines. 

The pool area features a two-lane lap setup with loungers on the side to enjoy a relaxing day. 

Listing agents Deanna Kory and Federica Floris declined comment about the property sale.  

Trump, who was recently indicted on 37 felony counts, could face issues within his real estate empire if he is convicted, as the felonies could trigger lenders to pay in full or refinance, according to the Real Deal. 

The kitchen and living room are connected through an open concept and with the dining area overlooking the corner of the park and living space overlooking the city. The space allows for endless seating options and compliment nicely for a clean, neutral aesthetic that allows the abundance of park greenery to light up the room

All five bedrooms in the penthouse also have their own bathroom, plus an additional one and half baths. One bedroom has spectacular views of the west side of Manhattan and includes a built-in armoire into the wall with a modern chandelier hanging over the bed

It is one of the few Trump-owned buildings that still bear his name

Earlier this week, Trump made history by becoming the first ex-president to face federal charges and appear in court to be charged with federal crimes over his mishandling of classified documents.

The 76-year-old pleaded not guilty to 37 counts after being booked and fingerprinted in the downtown Miami court complex. 

Trump was released and no bond was set. After about 20 minutes of arguing by opposing lawyers, the court ruled that he can’t talk to witnesses, including co-conspirator Walt Nauta Nauta, about the case. However, he can keep his passport and remains free to travel. 

The back-and-forth about a list of witnesses whom Trump can’t interact with hints at some of the complexities of the case.

The stunning indictment cites information from a raft of Trump employees at Mar-a-Lago, along with information that came from Trump lawyer Evan Corcoran. Nauta remains a close aide who, according to the indictment, exchanged messages with a Trump family member about boxes and flights. The order would prohibit Trump from talking about the case with any of them, although there was no evident enforcement mechanism.

Trump’s lawyers, Chris Kise and Todd Blanche, argued that he needs to be able to be in contact with people in his employ. So the court’s compromise allows him to speak with people who are witnesses in the case but not talk with them about the case itself.