April’s Largest Closing Takes Place at 15 Central Park West

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April’s Biggest Closing Takes Place at 15 Central Park West

The fully renovated and restored home is 24 feet wide by four stories high, with 5,616 square feet inside. The outside area includes a 24 x 38 foot landscaped rear garden and a 24 x 14 foot deck adjacent to one of the bedrooms on the main level.

There are a total of four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. The primary suite occupies the entire third floor and has a bathroom, den, and living room. Dozens of works by Mr. Lichtenstein's father, the pop artist Roy Lichtenstein, who died in 1997 and with whom he bought the property in 1997, can be found throughout the house.

Mitchell Lichtenstein, an actor and director, has appeared in several films and television shows over the years, including "Law and Order" and "Homicide: Life on the Street".

The buyer was Neidlich LLC.

Mr. and Mrs. Duques paid $ 11.2 million for a townhouse on East 67th Street, about a block from Central Park. They bought around the same time they sold their apartment in the Pierre, near 795 Fifth Avenue and 61st Streets. Unit # 3304 was purchased from a buyer through limited liability company Partyoftwo for $ 11.3 million, at a discount from the original price of $ 18.3 million in 2014.

The renovated apartment with a breathtaking view of the park is around 3,000 square meters and has three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. There is a fireplace in the living room and oversized windows throughout the room.

Her much larger townhouse, four stories high and 20 feet wide, is about 5,230 square feet and has six fireplaces, as listed with Compass. It contains four bedrooms, three bathrooms, two toilets and a laundry room in the basement. Off the formal dining room is a landscaped 20 by 37 foot garden. The master bedroom on the third floor has an en-suite bathroom, large walk-in closet and library.

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