While NYC’s luxury real estate market has registered slight changes, it is still booming with massive penthouses, apartments, mansion and high-rise buildings making quite the impact, especially in the Upper East Side. Today, our blog will display some of the most expensive homes for sale in the city that never sleeps, in a two-part article, so take a look.
Dubbed as “The Pinnacle”, this astonishing 7-floor Woolworth penthouse hit the market last fall for $110 million and is one of the cities priciest estates.
The 45th floor of The Atelier building was put up for sale in 2013 and so far it hasn’t had any luck, nevertheless, its interiors are extraordinary and come with a lot of entertainment spaces and other perks such as a $1 million yacht with docking fees for 5 years as well as two Rolls Royce Phantoms.
This full-floored penthouse covers 8,255 square feet and features six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, 12-foot ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, a massive library, among many other enticing features.
#4 – 834 Fifth Avenue, #7/8A ($68 million)
In 2016, the seventh and eighth floors of this apartment were actually the most expensive ones in New York City. Now, the price has come a bit but the magic is still there as one can benefit from sweeping views of Central Park as well as plenty of luxurious amenities.
The Sherry-Netherland is a gargantuan 18th-floor residence that is owned by the Chinese billionaire, Guo Wenghui. The house has once again it the market and this time for $68 million.
Located atop 241 Broome Street, the triplex penthouse was listed back in June for $65 million. It was recently renovated by Roman and Williams and now highlights new oak floors, a black marble staircase from Chesney’s, a kitchen with honed black granite from Germany, bathrooms doused in Italian marble, and steel-framed doors as well as skylights. It also has 3,700 sqft of outdoor spaces that include a jacuzzi and several terraces.
This unique penthouse occupies the 60th and 61st floors of the Norman Foster’s Midtown tower. It was listed back in 2016. One of the most impressive features of the 6,760 square foot estate is its large display of artworks courtesy of the renowned art collector, Aby Rosen.
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Source: NY Curbed