Billionaires' Row is the term for a collection of supertall luxury skyscrapers in New York City along the southern end of Central Park. The buildings are home to some of the most expensive residential real estate in the world. Some were recently finished, and others are still under construction.
I walked around Billionaires' Row to check out eight of the newest, tallest, and most luxurious towers in New York City.
Three of the eight towers are on 57th Street, a bustling thoroughfare that includes some classic New York City destinations including the Russian Tea Room and Carnegie Hall.
1. ) 111 W. 57th St., also known as "Steinway Tower."
Active listings at 111 W. 57th St. range from $18 million for a three-bedroom to $57 million for a four-bedroom penthouse, according to StreetEasy.
2.) 157 W. 57th St., commonly referred to as "One 57."
According to Curbed, One 57 has been nicknamed the "Billionaire Building."
3.) 225 W. 57th St., also known as "Central Park Tower."
Sales in Central Park Tower launched in October 2018.
4.) 220 Central Park South.
220 Central Park is home to the most expensive home ever sold in US history.
5.) 53 W. 53rd Street.
53 W. 53rd St. is the southern-most tower of Billionaires Row.
6.) 432 Park Ave.
432 Park Ave is home to several notable residents.
7.) 520 Park Ave.
520 Park Ave is the only of the Billionaire's Row buildings located in the Upper East Side, rather than Midtown.
8.) 252 E. 57th St.
Edward Seisdedos, a real estate broker at Compass, told me he's sold three apartments in the building totaling about $20 million.