Joe Farrell’s Opulent Park Ave. Apartment Hits Market at $5.99M!

Joe Farrell's Opulent Park Ave. Apartment Hits Market at $5.99M!

Celebrity developer Joe Farrell, known for his high-profile clientele including Madonna, Justin Bieber, and Jay-Z and Beyoncé, has re-listed his stunning five-bedroom Park Avenue pied-à-terre for $5.99 million after a broker swap.

Located at the prestigious 510 Park Ave., this 3,000-square-foot apartment showcases exquisite custom finishes, such as floor-to-ceiling steel doors with laminated glass, making it a haven of luxury living. Despite its allure, Farrell has decided to sell the property as he predominantly resides in the Hamptons and Florida, where his company, Farrell Building Co., is also based.

The apartment boasts five spacious bedrooms, with one cleverly transformed into a home office, and a semi-private elevator landing for added exclusivity. Its pièce de résistance is a 48-foot-long sunlit living and dining room featuring eight oversized windows, perfect for entertaining guests in style.

The main corner bedroom suite offers a walk-in closet and a spa-like bath with radiant-heat floors, while two other bedrooms boast ensuite baths. A unique feature of the apartment is a fourth bedroom equipped with built-in Murphy bunk beds, adding a touch of innovation to the space.

Moreover, the unit highlights new windows, 8-inch white oak floors, and custom millwork, accentuating the attention to detail in its design. Kelly Killoren Bensimon of Douglas Elliman represents the listing, adding her expertise to this exclusive property.

From the elegant custom entry with a chandelier to the ample entertaining space, including a chef’s kitchen, this apartment is a masterpiece of sophistication and comfort. With amenities like a gym and a bike room, residents can enjoy a luxurious lifestyle within the historic 15-story boutique co-op built in 1925 by Starrett Brokers and F.H. Dewey & Co. Situated between 60th and 61st streets, this property offers a taste of New York City’s Upper East Side charm.

Having originally purchased the residence for $3.56 million in 2013, Farrell’s decision to part ways with this opulent abode presents a unique opportunity for discerning buyers seeking the epitome of luxury living in the heart of Manhattan.


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