TOWN Residential (TOWN), a leading New York City-based real estate brokerage firm specializing in luxury residential sales and leasing, announced today that one of their leading brokers, Steve Gold, who is also a cast member on Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing New York,” will be leading the sales efforts at Circa Central Park (Circa) located at 285 West 110th Street on Central Park.
Developed by Artimus and designed by FXCollaborative, Circa is an 11-story building situated on Central Park and featuring a tiered profile of one- to five-bedrooms residences – many with private terraces – and a unique curved glass façade, offering floor-to-ceiling panoramic views of Central Park, Morningside Park, and New York City’s iconic skyline. Most recently, TOWN New Development closed on PH2A for $7,238,750, which is the most expensive condominium sold since 2010 north of 86 street on the west side.
“Steve’s business savviness and network is exactly what Circa’s sales team needs,” said Andrew Heiberger, Founder and CEO of TOWN “We are confident that with his experience in luxury real estate, level of customer service and track record of results for his clients and buyers, him and his team will sell the few homes left at Circa.”
Gold is known for his renowned business background, expertise in luxury properties throughout downtown Manhattan and has had great success throughout the years. Examples include the penthouse he sold for a record-breaking price for the neighborhood – north of $26 million – at 66 E. 11 Street and his involvement with TOWN on the sales and marketing of 212 Fifth Avenue, where he helped bring in more than $185 million in sales. Additionally, he has played a role in many marquee new developments, including selling units at Jean Nouvel’s 40 Mercer and the Superior Ink building in the West Village.
“I’m excited to continue working with TOWN on Circa and help make it the development to live at in Upper Manhattan,” stated Gold. “With its incredibly enviable and convenient location sitting atop Central Park with so many cultural offerings, I am eager to find residents that can call Circa home.”<
Residents of Circa are steps away from various opportunities for dining, culture and transportation with easy access to the B, C, 1, 2 and 3 subway lines and 20 private self-parking spaces in the building. The area is home to the 843 acres of Central Park, American Museum of Natural History and the Children’s Museum Columbia University and an amazing array of restaurants, bars, coffee shops and speak easies. Circa celebrates park living as well an abundance of amenities including a fitness center, an exclusive resident lounge, a landscaped courtyard, a rooftop terrace, a 24-hour doorman, and cold storage. Special attention was paid to curating amenities for Circa’s younger residents; in addition to a children’s playroom, a tween room outfitted with gaming console and a quiet study room plus bicycles, picnic baskets, and remote control sailboats for enjoyment in the park. The building also features an on-site resident manager, ample underground parking, electric car charging stations, bike and private storage, and a pet washing station.
What’s more, the building embraces a mindset of sustainability and is anticipating a rating of Silver LEED certification; as well as a 25-year 421-tax abatement, which serves as an added incentive with the new tax law.
Residences at Circa range from three- to five-bedroom homes with beautiful park views and immediate occupancy. For more information, visit www.circacentralpark.com or call 212-280-0285.
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