The Most Expensive Penthouse From New York

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I don’t know how rich you are, but I can sure bet that what I’m going to show you today isn’t quite suited to stand on your wish list of residences if your finances don’t come close to $125 million. You’re going to ask why, well, maybe because I’m talking about a $125 million triplex penthouse from New York that stands at the top of the Pierre Hotel and occupies the 41st, 42nd and 43rd floors. The most expensive penthouse from New York is owned by Martin Zweig, an investor, and looks upon Central Park, Manhattan and the Hudson and East Rivers, offering a 360 degree view that can hardly be compared to anything panoramic-related offered by an urban residence.

The interior breathes class and an exquisite sense of style, featuring only luxuriant fittings and furnishings, not to mention an impressive art collection that makes its owner proud. The furniture and art pieces aren’t included in the package, but if you have that amount of money for spending on a modern and unique piece of architecture that costs “a little” more compared to others, you’ll surely have some spare change for throwing it on some furniture and other things that define you.


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