Welcome to Billionaire’s Row
Luxury skyscrapers with lush views of Central Park and Manhattan Skyline
Known for their stately presence, these luxury skyscrapers nestled along the southern end of Central Park in Manhattan are home to the elite. With some of the most expensive residences in the world, Billionaire’s Row is synonymous with exclusive luxury meant for some of the most affluent individuals in the world. Reaching up to 1,000 feet high, these skyscrapers define the area and bring an exclusive enclave community from Columbus Circle to Park Avenue in the Central Park South neighborhood of Manhattan.
What to Love
- Features Central Park Tower, the tallest residential building in the world
- Reputation as the most-coveted and intriguing neighborhood in all of Manhattan
- Continuing the addition of million-dollar high-rise apartments, with 220 Central Park South including a $250 million penthouse quadruplex
Billionaire’s Row is part of Central Park South, one of the most expensive (and smallest) areas in Manhattan. Living in this area affords all of the upscale amenities one would want in Manhattan, but the views of Central Park in the distance make this neighborhood truly unique. Residents enjoy a centrally located destination for luxury living, Michelin-starred restaurants, and cultural opportunities at the Frederick P. Rose Hall Jazz Center in Columbus Circle. Enjoy high-quality living in one of Manhattan’s most calming and quaint neighborhoods along Billionaire’s Row.
Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping
While Billionaire’s Row may be a small section of the city, there are no shortages when it comes to exquisite dining opportunities. Visit Sarabeth’s, which offers contemporary American cuisine and the best brunch within several blocks. A top destination and a neighborhood staple, Sarabeth’s features a full bar with specialty cocktails and an excellent menu.
If you’re craving authentic Italian food in a fine-dining atmosphere, visit Marea, a Michelin-star restaurant on Columbus Circle, for a fabulous experience. With a motto of “You are where you eat,” Marea brings elegance to the table for every meal while satisfying your unique and refined cravings. Enjoy an exquisite dining experience at Marea, and be sure to try the award-winning pasta from Chef Molly Nickerson.
Craving a trip to Europe? There’s no need if you make a reservation at Cipriani Fifth Avenue. A replica of the original Harry’s Bar in Venice, Cipriani features fine Italian food in a relaxed yet refined atmosphere. With a dining space reminiscent of the views in Europe, get your travel fix at Cipriani’s and enjoy their mouthwatering menu while indulging in an excellent glass of wine.
Things to Do
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) fuels creativity, sparks imagination, and provides inspiration for all who step through its doors. A classic New York City landmark, The MoMa is dedicated to providing art education to the Manhattan community and beyond in order to make connections to others and build relationships based on a shared appreciation for the arts. Visit them for unique installations and exhibits and take a class presented by a visiting artist.
A New York landmark since opening in 1901, Bergdorf Goodman’s is a luxury department store offering sophisticated selections in men's and women’s fashion, accessories, and home decor. With high-end names of the fashion industry represented and eclectic, up-and-coming boutiques, there is something for all styles in Bergdorf’s Art Deco-inspired space on Fifth Avenue.