Filed under: Estates
The terraced penthouse comprises around 5,600 square feet of living space including four bedrooms and 6.5 marble bathrooms. The listing pics show treetop views over Central Park. It is listed at "price available upon request" but I think we can trust the NY Times on this one. The listing does show fees of $6,600 plus $2,000 in taxes per month. In the NYT article another broker says that the apartment was once quietly shopped around for as high as $90 million. Listings in the building do finally seem to be selling, not usually for their optimistic first list price but more often after a few months on the market and a couple of dips into more realistic territory meaning that some people who bought in during the days of real estate exuberance may have a bitter pill to swallow.