Refurbished Plaza Hotel Penthouse – £38.7 million

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Looking for a new and stylish penthouse in central New York? Christian Candy, one of the founders of legendary One Hyde Park in London, is now selling his contemporary triplex penthouse in The Plaza Hotel. The luxury penthouse on prime location in New York was bought for £17 million last year. Christian put his own bespoke interior design company, Candy & Candy, to make a complete refurbishment.

Can Candy & Candy double the price?

With unique, bespoke and striking aesthetic concepts you can make even run down premises looking good. However, in this case the penthouse in Plaza Hotel already had a great design. What people would like to know is if you really can double the price of a multi-million pound penthouse in just over 1 year.
Currently, Mr Candy is looking for £38.7 million in order to sell the penthouse. The place is located on the corner of Fifth Avenue and Central Park South. Expect magnificent views of Central Park from the 19th, 20th and 21st floors of the historic Plaza Hotel. For detailed photos of the project, visit (official site of the interior design company).

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