One of the highest terraces in whole of New York City, an octagon shaped trophy penthouse that sits atop CitySpire condominium, which the Long Island based real-estate developer and the president of the Klar Organization, Steven Klar bought in 1993 for $4.5 million, has now been listed for $100 million. Reportedly, the large number of record-breaking trophy apartment sales in New York real estate market has inspired yet another most expensive property to come to market. If this magnificent residence in the sky which looks more like a piece of art sells for its listed $100 million price, it’ll become one of the most expensive homes sold in the US, featuring Russian billionaire Yuri Milner’s Silicon Valley mansion, for which he splashed out whopping $100 million. Soaring over 70 stories above Manhattan’s culturally rich and vibrant Midtown neighborhood, this ultimate private getaway with 3,000 of wraparound terrace space and 135 windows offers breathtaking 360 degree views of the New York City.
Location: Atop CitySpire condominium, at 150 West 56th Street, Manhattan, New York City, United States.
The Setting: Spread over three full floors numbering 73rd, 74th and 75th of the luxury high-rise condominium overlooking Central Park, this penthouse apartment touts 8,000 sq. ft of interior space including six full bedrooms, nine full bathrooms, a media room, a 20-person dining room, a formal gallery and a conference room.
Interiors and Exteriors: Designed by acclaimed Chilean-born interior designer Juan Pablo Molyneux, also a member of Architectural Digest’s AD100, this spectacular residence on the 73rd floor warmly welcomes the guests into a gracious entry adorned with inlaid marble, generous closets, a powder room, and classically-inspired interiors.
Notably, there’s also an internal elevator and a wine closet in which Mr. Steven Klar can store up to 1,000 bottles.
Accommodation: Situated on the 75th floor, the grand master suite not only boats a gracious sitting room but stunning views north over central park.
Exclusively crafted with mystic hunter green marble, deep colored mahogany finishes and bronze fixtures that highlights the special deep soaking tub, two steam showers, and double sink vanity, its master bathroom is more than just a bath.
The home is also equipped with state-of-the-art technology, featuring Crestron and Lutron lighting systems, integrated speakers and electronically time-controlled shades.
Mr. Steven Klar, who purchased the apartment as ‘raw space’ back in year 1993 for just $4.5 million has lived in it for almost 17 years.
Neighborhood: Also, an under construction New York penthouse at the lavish One57 building which is also under-construction at the 157 West 57th Street, New York City, sells for staggering $90 million. Interestingly, the One57 is already partly blocking Mr Klar’s breathtaking views of central park.
Also earlier last year, Russian Billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev's daughter bought one of the most expensive Manhattan penthouse for staggering $88 million.