Soo K. Chan’s firm SCDA Architecture may be responsible for designing some of the most futuristic-looking buildings in the city, but the starchitect’s own apartment, at 25 Central Park West, is surprisingly traditional.
Chan, whose firm is based in Singapore, has just listed his condo at the Century building for $4 million, per StreetEasy records. He purchased it in 2010 for $3,115,000, and comparing the before-and-after listing photos, it looks like he did a lot to renovate it. The 1,686-square-foot apartment has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The master bedroom has an enormous dressing room (according to an FT article, Chan is quite the nappy dresser), a Japanese-style soaking tub, a den that can be converted into a third bedroom, a built-in AV system, soundproof windows and coffered ceilings.
SCDA Architecture has designed a number of high-profile buildings in New York, including the Soori High Line — where almost every apartment has a private pool –and the more troubled project at 118 East 59th Street.
We have reached out to Soo K. Chan’s representatives for comment and will update if we hear back.