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One 57 Duplex Penthouse in New York, $110 million
The developer of One57, slated to become New York City’s tallest residential building, raised the asking price for the six-bedroom penthouse overlooking Central Park by 12 percent, to $110 million. This is the most expensive home listing ever in Manhattan — a $110 million glass-walled penthouse overlooking Central Park on top of what will soon be New York’s tallest luxury condo. The six-bedroom penthouse covers 10,923 square feet at One57 Tower, currently under construction on West 57th Street near Carnegie Hall. It has a 57-foot-wide, double-height “grand salon” facing Central Park. The penthouse at One57 is on the top two floors of the 90-story Christian de Portzamparc-designed tower that will include 95 condos above a Park Hyatt hotel. The interiors are to be designed by New York-based Thomas Juul-Hansen, who recently worked on HL23 by Chelsea’s High Line. Residential amenities will include a 24-hour doorman and concierge, screening and performance space, on-site parking, triple-height indoor swimming pool and custom Jacuzzi, library, catering kitchen, function room, arts and crafts atelier room, private fitness center, yoga studio and pet wash room. The One57 tower is scheduled to open in 2013.