Get ready to gawk! The city’s most expensive apartments are once again being listed on the open market for all to see.
This year, three mega-mansions in the sky have listed on Streeteasy asking over $100 million — following years and years in which billionaires carefully hid their nine-figure listings from the public eye. (For instance, in 2019, the city’s record $238 million deal for a spread at 230 Central Park was marketed and sold completely on the DL).
Two of these new loud and proud listings are at Harry Macklowe’s supertall tower 432 Park. The first is a 79th-floor behemoth, asking $135 million, with 8,055-square-feet, five bedrooms, five full bathrooms and, most importantly, plenty of listing photos.
The owners — a mystery American couple that gave the home a modern, Zen-inspired makeover — tapped Noel Berk of Engel & Völkers Mercedes Berk to drum up a buyer.
High above, on the 96th floor of the 1,397-foot tower, a Saudi businessman named Fawaz Alhokair is asking $169 million for his unique sky palace. Inside the 8,255-square-foot, six-bedroom, seven-bathroom apartment, you can spy Hermès accents, a futuristic piano and contemporary artworks (all of the furniture and art are included in the deal). “Million Dollar Listing’s” Ryan Serhant has the listing and he declined to comment.
Just down 57th Street, Extell’s Central Park Tower boasts a $150 million showstopper. The highest unit in the tallest residential building in the world, this 11,535-square-foot, eight-bedroom, nine-bathroom residence comes with serious bragging rights. While the listing photos appear to be renderings, the views are unequalled, with all of Central Park laid out to the north and vistas of both rivers flowing to the south. Corcoran’s Cathy Franklin, who did not respond to request for comment, has the listing.
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