Luxury Living on the Upper West Side at 15 West 96th Street


In a rare addition to the Upper West Side skyline, Fifteen, located at 15 West 96th Street, has emerged as the first new development within a block of Central Park in over a decade. This modern collection of 21 luxury residences sets a new standard for upscale living, offering a prime location and unparalleled views of Central Park and Manhattan skyline.

Residence 21, occupying an entire floor, is a showcase of sophistication. Boasting 360 exposures and floor-to-ceiling windows, this three-bedroom, three-bathroom haven provides breathtaking southern Manhattan skyline views and expansive Central Park vistas. The grand living room opens up from the foyer, featuring a private 90 sq ft balcony that bathes the space in natural light, emphasizing the 5 ¼-inch white oak herringbone pattern flooring.

The wrap-around kitchen is a chef’s dream, adorned with custom Bilotta white matte cabinetry, Taj Mahal Quartzite countertops, and a Bertazzoni master series appliance package. The primary bedroom suite is a sanctuary with a private 71 sq ft balcony, an expansive walk-in closet, and a spa-like ensuite bathroom boasting radiant heated flooring and Calacatta Gold slabs. Secondary bedrooms offer excellent closet space and en-suite baths, each with unique features such as a Grohe shower and a soaking tub. 

Beyond the residences, Fifteen provides a curated amenity suite, including a 24-hour doorman, fitness center, and children’s playroom. Perfectly positioned off Central Park West, this new development caters to those seeking exceptional living on the perimeter of Central Park, and the residences are starting to sell quickly, with three of the units including Residence 12B, Residence 15A, and Residence 23 currently under contract. See below for more information on how to get in contact with the team today.

Residence 21 at Fifteen is offered at $6,500,000.

Represented by Shane Boyle of The Agency New York and The Agency Development Group. 

Shane Boyle:(917) 250-0290


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