Condo in Columbus Circle Skyscraper Asks $18.375M

Time Warner Center developer Kenneth Himmel recently re-listed and upped the price of his own personal palatial spread at 25 Columbus Circle. The wraparound corner condo is now asking $18.375 million, which is an increase of more than 22 percent from the original 2010 price tag of $15 million. View the listing.

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Time Warner Center developer Kenneth Himmel recently re-listed and upped the price of his own personal palatial spread at 25 Columbus Circle. The wraparound corner condo is now asking $18.375 million, which is an increase of more than 22 percent from the original 2010 price tag of $15 million. <a href="http://www.bhsusa.com/manhattan/midtown-west/25-columbus-circle/condo/1203953#" target="_blank">View the listing</a>.
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Enter this spectacular 2,416 square foot condo and you are greeted by a magnificent gallery that leads to a wood-paneled Great Room, which boasts wood-coiffured ceilings and incredible sweeping views of Central Park.
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A view of the developer's ritzy mahogany paneled library that features a wet bar and en suite bath.
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Imagine waking up to his panoramic view! The impressive renovated condo offers three spacious bedrooms and 3.5 marble baths.
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The corner home even wraps around South so residents can enjoy unparalleled views of the Manhattan skyline and Hudson River.
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Of course, this unit is in a prime location. Its owner, Kenneth Himmel, spearheaded the development of the skyscraper. The CEO of Related Urban reportedly pulled the condo from the market in order to renovate the pad.
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