Lofty Time Warner Center pad relisted for $23.5M

80 Columbus Circle

The asking price for a sky-high unit in the Time Warner Center has changed yet again, this time dropping to $23.5 million. Still, the ask is considerably higher than the $18.5 million price tag when the pad first hit the market in April 2010.

When it didn’t move at that point, the owner relisted the apartment for $25 million. Now, the unit is back — perhaps aiming for a middle ground, Curbed reported.

The three-bedroom condominium, renovated and spanning 3,168 square feet, boasts ebonized oak flooring, black granite and stainless steel finishes in the kitchen, nine-foot ceilings and an oversized entry gallery.

The Jacky Teplitzky team at Douglas Elliman, with Willim Martin, Jacques Cohen and Geraldine Dayan, has the listing. [Curbed]Julie Strickland

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