Fresh Permits Reveal Changes at 220 Central Park South

220 Central Park South220 Central Park South -- rendering by Neoscape

A slew of permits were filed for Vornado’s 220 Central Park South earlier today, indicating some minor changes since the Robert Stern-designed tower’s height bump was officially reported.

The documents reveal that the skyscraper’s height has seen a slight increase; it was initially reported at 920 feet, but the latest figure is 950 feet, with 66 floors. 220 Central Park South will have 160 units in total, as well as a 461 square foot commercial component; the entirety of the project will be just over 410,000 square feet.

220 Central Park South

220 Central Park South, aerial of the site

Average units at 220 Central Park South will measure 2,500 square feet, which is enormous — especially for Columbus Circle/57th Street, which is currently the most expensive micro-neighborhood of Manhattan. No schedule A or B were filed with the documents, which leaves the size of the penthouse up for guessing, but it will undoubtedly be very large — and astronomically expensive.

YIMBY suspects that the renderings leaked earlier this week (scooped by Curbed) may not be final, with minor design revisions possible; regardless, Stern’s plan for 220 Central Park South will be monumental, and yet another icon will soon rise on the skyline.

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