World Record in New York City, New York

New York City, New York, United States–Extell development company has the 100th floor of the Central Park Tower (designed by
Rottes Studio); Perched more than 1,000 feet above Billionaires’ Row, it features a grand ballroom, a private bar and restaurant with seasonal menus by Michelin-starred chefs, a wine and cigar lounge, all with panoramic views of Central Park, the Hudson and the east river and Manhattan; it sets the world record for it
The highest private club in the worldaccording to the WORLD RECORD ACADEMY.

“The 100th floor is part of the
Central Park Cluban exclusive offering that includes 50,000 square feet of premium services and amenities spread over three floors,” the
official site says.

“This includes a 60-foot outdoor pool and sundeck with poolside food and beverage service, as well as a state-of-the-art wellness center, spa, screening room, basketball court and 63-foot indoor saltwater pool. Current availability at Central Park Tower begins at $6.5 million.

Located on the 14th floor, additional Central Park Club membership amenities include a 60-foot outdoor pool, sundeck with cabanas, private yard, gas grill and bar, fireplace, and privacy screen. Also on this floor is a residents’ lounge with billiards table, private screening and performance room, game room, as well as a conference room and business center.


On the 16th floor, amenities include a 63-foot indoor saltwater pool and spa, fitness and wellness center, doubles squash/half-basketball court, private treatment rooms, and locker rooms with showers, steam rooms, and saunas.

Amenities include a grand ballroom accommodating over 120 people, a private bar and restaurant with seasonal menus by Michelin-starred chefs, and wine and cigar lounges. Advisory Michelin star chefs include Alfred Portale, Laurent Tourndel and Gabriel Kreuther.

“The 100th floor of Central Park Tower is unique in the world and it is only fitting that it is located in New York’s premier skyscraper,” said Gary Barnett, Extell Founder and Chairman.

“In addition to the unsurpassed residences that offer endless vistas, exquisite architecture and graceful floor plans, is Central Park
The club is a defining element that further enhances the living experience of our residents.”

“Extell partnered with Colin Cowie Lifestyle to outfit the space with lights that adapt to the setting sun, music that picks up the pace from dawn ’til dusk, and custom seasonal scents.

“We’ve been in the business of creating bespoke luxury experiences for 35 years, but the Central Park Tower is our first attempt to partner with a luxury residential building,” said Colin Cowie. “Our mission as a company is to create experiences that enable life at the top. There is literally and figuratively no better building in the world to demonstrate this than the Central Park Tower.”

“The 100th floor club includes a sprawling ballroom, restaurant, bar and cigar and cognac lounge. Developer Gary Barnett of Extell Development said the club is designed to give all occupants of the building their own unit, regardless of how high up it is, access to the building’s best views, which stretch across the city and the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn and New Jersey”.
Wall Street Journal reports.

“For the club’s private restaurant, a trio of Michelin-starred chefs – Laurent Tourondel, Gabriel Kreuther and Alfred Portale – were chosen to design a menu that included Colin Cowie, a prominent party planner and lifestyle curator at the building. described as “Mediterranean, with subtle French and Italian undertones”,


“The bar is stocked with a selection of high quality spirits and wines. Mr Cowie said the aim is not to make the selection complete. “For me, there’s nothing worse than someone bringing me a wine list and it’s 42 pages long,” he said. “Great style comes from ruthless editing.”

“The 100th floor of Central Park Tower is unique in the world,” said Gary Barnett, Founder and Chairman of
extell development company, the company that developed the Central Park Tower.

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