The 3 Most Expensive Manhattan Apartments On The Market

Published on May 19, 2019
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It is a well-known fact that New York is by far, one of the most expensive places to live, which makes it somewhat understandable why the majority of apartment rentals in Manhattan are aimed at those earning an 8-figure income. Apartments in this location are pricey and for good reason! Most apartment buildings here are incredible high-rise structures that provide residents with a jaw-dropping view of the city. Here are the top 3 most expensive luxury penthouse apartments in Manhattan. These apartments are not just expensive and available, but they are also extremely luxurious.

The 3 Most Expensive Manhattan Apartments On The Market

The 3 Most Expensive Manhattan Apartments On The Market

1. Penthouse Suite Of The Woolworths Building

This $110 million penthouse suite of the Woolworths Building can be found at 223 Broadway. This building was the tallest around until the 1930s, although, it has undergone an extensive revamp since it was completed in 1913. While the first 18 floors of this building are set aside for businesses, you can find luxury condos from floors 19 to 49. The costly penthouse suite is located on the next 7 floors, which took a total of 3 years to complete. The building itself is considered as one of New Yorks most iconic buildings and for the shocking amount of $110 million, you could reserve the spacious 9,710 square foot penthouse suite. Other than the impressive location, the penthouse is fitted with 24-foot high ceilings, a private elevator, a spacious observatory and, of course, optimal views of the city that never sleeps.

2. 432 Park Avenue

This building has been dubbed “millionaire’s row” and when taking into account that is consists of 96 floors, 12-foot high ceilings, private elevators, wood-burning fireplaces, a library, and the most beautiful views of central park and the city, it is no wonder an apartment here will cost you $95 million. Within the walls of this building, 104 luxurious condominium complexes exist that were designed by the architect Rafael Vinoyl. In addition to extravagant apartments, a 75-foot pool, world-class gym facilities, a full-service spa, and a Michelin Star restaurant are all available for residents living in this amazing building.

3. The Atelier

The Atelier is located in Manhattan, in the sought after area of Hell’s Kitchen. This luxury tower was designed by the Greek architect Costas Kondyli. The incredible penthouse suite consists of 9 units on the top floor that have been combined to give the resident an entire floor of absolute luxury. This $85 million luxury penthouse suite has been on the market for roughly 4 years and the owner has no intentions of lowering the price. Despite not budging on the price, the owner has made other alluring efforts to appeal to buyers, such as including a $1 million yacht with a full 5 years docking fees, season tickets to Brooklyn Nets dinner, and also a summer rental in the Hamptons. However, it doesn’t stop there! The owner is also offering buyers two Rolls Royce Phantoms and weekly dining at a Michelin Star restaurant. Investing in this luxury penthouse seems like the deal of the century!

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