Oh to live in the middle of Mahattan in a luxurious suite seems to good to be true. While one of us just dreams, other can enjoy this lifestyle.
New York ranks third in the world for the highest residential real estate prices per square foot, according to a recent report by Savills World Research.
The penthouse at 23 East 22 Street — also known as One Madison — is the “crowning jewel” of one of the tallest residential towers in downtown Manhattan. The 7,600-square-foot penthouse has 360-degree views of the surrounding city, including the neighboring Madison Square Park. It was put on the market by billionaire Rupert Murdoch earlier this year.
The penthouse of the San Remo, one of Manhattan’s most celebrity-filled buildings, sits atop one of the building’s distinctive twin towers. The listing notes that Penthouse 26c is a triplex, rising high over Central Park’s green expanses. Owner Demi Moore listed the property earlier this year.
At the height of The Ritz-Carlton Battery Park, this duplex penthouse at 10 West Street looks down on the neighboring Financial District. The listing is actually for two penthouses (one at 7,500 square feet and one at 3,600 square feet) being sold as one. According to the listing they can be “seamlessly” combined.
The Dome Penthouse at The Plaza Hotel is rarely offered for sale. The duplex has fantastic views of Central Park and 24-hour “luxury white glove” service courtesy of the hotel, including valet, maid, and food service. Recently featured in the book “Living in Style New York,” fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger re-listed the property in May after it failed to sell a year ago.
This full-floor penthouse is a part of the newest super tall development, 432 Park Avenue. The brand-new building features full 10’x10′ floor-to-ceiling windows and 12-and-a-half-foot ceilings.