Nearly half a mile in the air, the penthouse topping the world’s tallest residential tower in New York City is up for sale for $250 million.
Its 23 rooms, including seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a ballroom, and an observatory, are spread over 17,545 square feet and three floors overlooking Central Park.
In the “Grand Salon” newly arrived guests can contemplate the horizon and even the curvature of the earth, which at this altitude is hardly blocked by downtown New York.
The official dining room overlooks the Empire State Building and features a sumptuous marble table that seats a dozen guests. It’s just a taste of the world’s tallest private ballroom.
To round off the evening, a swimming pool is available to guests for a midnight swim, although not entirely out of sight.
The next morning, for a family dinner, a second dining room is planned, more intimate, this one.
To recover from a drunken night out, the training room allows the shopper to sober up at their own pace.
To keep in shape, it is enough to avoid the elevator that connects the three floors of the apartment, opting for the staircase, which is about 12 meters long.
Finally, for quieter evenings, the observatory is equipped with a telescope and is perfect for some astronomy away from light pollution.