One57, the skyscraper on Manhattan’s so-called Billionaires’ Row that still boasts the most expensive apartment sale in New York City history, released a new batch of apartments, together with a model residence designed by Tony Ingrao, earlier this week.
The asking prices of the eight apartments range from $4.1 million to $28.5 million. The most expensive, unit 66B, occupies half of the floor and has three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms with a total of 4,193 square feet of living space, according to the listing.
“These homes are quite unique. They offer the opportunity to own in a New York City landmark, with all of the services and amenities offered in our tower residences, but at a lower price point,” a spokeswoman for the developer of One57, Extell Development, told Mansion Global.
“They come completely furnished, down to the linens and flatware… all you have to do is bring your toothbrush,” she added.
The Christian de Portzamparc-designed sleek tower still retains its status as home of the city’s priciest-ever apartment sale, with a penthouse having closed for $100.5 million in December 2014.
The tower has 92 residences. It sold a dozen of the larger, upper floor residences in the second half of last year, after taking an average 10% to 15% off listing prices.
There are currently 23 active listings in the building on StreetEasy, one of them under contract and with the most expensive one asking $52 million.
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