Crypto-keeper Lane Rettig picks up Central Park spread for $3.5M



Crypto King Lane Rettig, and his Amazon exec wife Lily, just bought a Harlem home at 145 Central Park North for $3.5 million.

The 10th-floor unit is 1,509 square feet and comes with three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

There are white oak floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, a park-facing terrace and a private balcony. 

Rettig is a developer of the cryptocurrency Ethereum and developer at Spacemesh, a blockchain platform.

Rettig says he loves the “community feel” of 145 CPN, which hosts social gatherings, like wine and cheese get-togethers on the building’s common roof terrace. 

The building was developed by GRID Group with Gluck+ interiors. The 10th-floor unit was lasting asking $3.65 million.

Interior of a bedroom inside the home.
One of the Central Park North condo’s three bedrooms.
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Exterior of the CPN building.
The building practically squats in Central Park.
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The home's eat-in kitchen.
There’s an eat-in kitchen inside the pretty pad.
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The rooftop features Central Park views and an outdoor kitchen along with the hot tub.

The sale also included a private parking spot. Building amenities include a children’s playroom, gym, lounge and rooftop deck.

Interior of the building's lobby.
The GRID Group-designed building enjoys interiors by Gluck+.
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Residents of 145 CPN also have preferred access to Alpha’a, which calls itself the largest virtual marketplace for art in the world, powered by blockchain.

City views from the terrace.
The couple can enjoy scenic city vistas from their private terrace.
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The building was completed last year.

The listing brokers were Ryan Serhant and Jennifer Alese at Serhant, and Mike Fabbri and Ashley Brooke at Nest Seekers International. The Rettigs were repped by Jeny Lin, with eRealty International Corp. 


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