The ‘Sky at One Central Park’ is a prestigious address occupying the top five levels of One Central Park’s East tower and offering panoramic views of the city skyline, the Blue Mountains, the eastern suburbs and south to Botany Bay.

Developed by joint venture partners Frasers Property and Sekisui House, the penthouse collection has sold extraordinarily well with just five single level penthouses and seven dual level penthouses remaining for sale. The Sky project comprises of just 38 exclusive residences ranging in size from 127sqm to 161sqm for a two or three bedroom sub-penthouse, priced from $1.68 million to $2.575 million. Dual level, three bedroom penthouses range in size from 158sqm to 207sqm, priced from $2.65 million to $3 million.

Frasers Property Australia’s Sales Director, Paul Lowe comments that Sky at One Central Park is the most prestigious residential offering available at Central Park, offering a rare opportunity to secure a residence in a building designed by France’s Pritzker Prize winning architect, Jean Nouvel.

Ateliers Jean Nouvel, in collaboration with PTW Architects, worked with French botanist and artist Patrick Blanc and French lighting artist Yann Kersale to conceive the most extraordinary features of Sky at One Central Park including the world’s tallest vertical gardens, a monumental cantilevered Sky Garden terrace and a brilliantly illuminated heliostat.

Sky’s deeply luxurious interiors have been crafted by Koichi Takada Architects in three colour palettes, with Takada’s signature use of natural timbers and stones and Japanese-inspired joinery, elevated further for Sky with Miele appliances, freestanding sculptural baths and bespoke bathroom joinery.

According to Mr Lowe, the Sky at One Central Park penthouse collection has been warmly embraced by the Australian market. Buyers have an overwhelming experience when they view Sky at One Central Park for the first time. The living areas are expansive and the views from all aspects are extraordinary, welcoming in an ambient, soft natural light.

Central Park is a $2 billion mixed-use urban village, with approximately 2200 apartments planned, a new shopping centre, a commercial campus and three distinct restaurant and dining precincts all surrounding a beautiful new public park. A short walk from Sydney’s CBD, within the heart of Sydney’s education precinct, Central Park is just a 5-minute walk from Australia’s largest public transport hub.

Residents of Sky at One Central Park will enjoy all the benefits of living within One Central Park including an outdoor heated pool, gym and terrace in addition to some very exclusive extras.

Sky’s residents will have a separate street entrance and address (1 Carlton Street), private foyer and 24/7 concierge, dedicated high-speed lifts, and exclusive access to the remarkable Sky Garden terrace.