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
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
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.
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.
“His kitchen is stocked with two Sub-zero refrigerators, two Bosch dishwashers, and a Scotsman ice maker. It also features a secondary kitchen. And the six-burner commercial grade Russell range…” MORE
10 Most Expensive Homes for Sale “With panoramic views of Central Park, the Empire State Building and Manhattan, the home has a prime location spanning three floor. It also has 3000 sq. ft of outdoor living." MORE
“The first $100 million listing emerged in July 2012, when Steven Klar, a Long Island developer, decided to sell his triplex at Midtown’s CitySpire tower, listed as the highest terraced residence in the U.S.” MORE
“On July 4, the fireworks are right up here with us,” says developer Steven Klar, standing on one of the three circular terraces of the sky-high midtown triplex penthouse. “Everything looks nice from up here.” MORE
“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
“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
“Until last summer, the priciest listings seemed stuck in the high eight figures. Then, Long Island developer Steven Klar decided he wanted $100 million for his triplex at the CitySpire building at 150 West 56th Street.” MORE
“A Long Island real estate developer has listed his octagon-shaped penthouse at CitySpire, which the owner says has the highest terraces in New York City, for $100 million.” MORE
Tour of CitySpire Penthouse includes views, private elevator, master bedroom, dining room, kitchen and... MORE
“An octagonal penthouse flat that crowns one of Manhattan's tallest skyscrapers has gone on sale for $100 million (£63 million), making it America's most expensive apartment.” MORE
“The luxury penthouse which is spread across 8000 square foot is now slated as one of the New York’s most expensive homes for sale.” MORE
“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
“Art is what people are willing to pay for, and an apartment like this is like a piece of art," Klar told The New York Times. MORE
“The penthouse has 135 windows and each floor is encircled by 360-degree wraparound terraces. Boasting views of the entire island of Manhattan, the terraces are apparently the city’s highest" MORE
Joan Brennan Klar Realty
2580 Hempstead Turnpike, East Meadow, NY 11554
“What will $100 million buy you in New York City's real estate market? Apparently, a really good view." MORE