Tour a $17.75 Million NYC Penthouse in 360


So we’re in the great room of a
seventeen point seven five million dollar apartment we’re on the 52nd floor
of a building called fifty-six Leonard which is designed by a Swiss
architecture firm called Herzog & de Meuron Now because we’re on the 52nd
floor, we can see the entire curvature of the island of Manhattan as it curves
down to the tip. We’re in Tribeca on the corner of Soho which is in one of the
most southernmost areas of the city aside from the views you have the living
room, you have the dining room, and you have the kitchen which was also designed by
Herzog and de Meuron So this countertop is something that they colloquially call the baby grand countertop because its shape piano, while the kitchen itself
seems like it’s minimalist to the extent that no one could ever actually use it.
The majority of the useful appliances are hidden behind paneling. It’s obviously open-concept but at the same time this is a pretty informal
comfortable space There’s even a wood-burning fireplace
which is a total rarity in new construction This is a fantastic view to wake up to
in the morning you have these 14-foot high ceilings and these floor to
ceiling windows looking down onto the southern tip of Manhattan and you could
see all these boats constantly I mean you’re looking at the daytime obviously
it’s going to be spectacular at night what the master bedroom also has, is its
own private balcony it’s one thing to see this view behind a plate-glass
window and it’s something else to actually be in the open air looking out.
You can literally hear the cars down below You can see people moving but of
course this view is pretty much unbeatable In this master bathroom you
have a really nice feature where the medicine cabinets are hidden behind
these panels that pivot outwards so that you can save space. Not that you
really are concerned with space if you have this apartment given that the
bathroom alone is more or less the size of a studio apartment there are another three bedrooms aside from the master all of them have the
same 14-foot high floor-to-ceiling windows so this is what a 17.75 million
dollar apartment looks like Now the price per square foot is around a
thousand dollars more than the average luxury price per square foot in Manhattan
but of course the average luxury apartment isn’t on the fifty second
floor, isn’t new construction and doesn’t really have these views. So is it worth it? I guess that’s up to whoever has 17.75 million dollars to spend

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