The Penthouse at CitySpire

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The height of luxury

The triplex penthouse at CitySpire, 150 West 56th Street, New York...

the highest terraced residence in the United States.

Asking $100,000,000   |   Common Charges: $8,618   |   Monthly Taxes: $14,000

Opulent

This one-of-a-kind spacious penthouse offers luxury living on three levels with over 8,000 sq. ft. and includes 6 bedrooms, 9 baths, a private elevator, wine cellar and separate maid quarters, plus an additional 3,000 sq. ft  of

exterior space.

Dramatic

The penthouse offers 360 degree panoramic views, on all three levels, of  Central Park, the Empire State Building, Manhattan and beyond… with floor to ceiling windows and wrap around terraces on every floor.

Above it all

CitySpire was designed by the

legendary architect Helmut Jahn

and features white glove service

with 24 hour doorman and

concierge, indoor pool, health

club and valet parking.

Contact

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Joan Brennan    Klar Realty

2580 Hempstead Turnpike, East Meadow, NY 11554

+1.516.735.1700      joan@klarrealty.com

Brokers Welcomed

Press

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The New York Times  May 26, 2013

“Billionaires found the green-carpet views of Central Park – to be irresistible.  Success begat boldness. And boldness begat listings like the Penthouse at CitySpire, which at $100 million is now…” MORE

Wall Street Journal  May 17, 2013

“Steven Klar, owner of a residential-real-estate development firm, put his 8,000-square-foot penthouse on the 73rd to 75th floors in Manhattan's CitySpire building on the market for $100 million.” MORE

Luxury Listing Magazine  May/June 2013

“This octagonal 8,000-square foot penthouse spans the top three floors of the City Spire building in midtown Manhattan. Amenities include a media room, a 20-person dining room, a formal gallery, a conference room, a 1,000-bottle wine storage, an interior elevator exclusive to the three floors, and the city's highest terraces.”  MORE

Yahoo Finance  August 1, 2012

“What will $100 million buy you in New York City's real estate market? Apparently, a really good view."  MORE