Full-Floor Abode at 200 Amsterdam Sells for $21 Million in All-Cash Deal; Duplex Penthouse at Jean Nouvel’s 53 West 53 Debuts Asking $63.815 Million
By: Ameena Walker
Duplex Penthouse at Jean Nouvel’s 53 West 53 Debuts, Asking $63.815 million
A nearly 8,000-square-foot penthouse, comprising the entire 76th and 77th floors at Jean Nouvel’s 82-story Midtown supertall, 53 West 53. This home isn’t currently listed but the identical duplex penthouse above, Penthouse 78, is priced at $63.815 million and is currently available. The four-bedroom home was designed in collaboration with ELLE DECOR, featuring high-end interior design by Joe Nahem of Fox-Nahem Associates.
A private elevator leads directly into the penthouse and a private foyer. The double-height great room boasts an 11-foot-wide gas fireplace, a clay installation by Peter Lane, and three walls of floor-to-ceiling windows that offer pristine views of Central Park. Drawing inspiration from Penthouse 76’s impressive scale and proportions, Nahem opted for artisanal furniture pieces and rugs that he paired with artwork from the renowned Pace Gallery.
Rising 82 stories above the Museum of Modern Art, 53 West 53 features 161 residences, including full-floor homes and duplex penthouses with private elevators. Pricing for remaining residences starts at $3.35 million.
For $7 Million, a Furnished Waterfront Residence at The St. Regis Residences, Boston
The anticipated St. Regis Residences, Boston, located in the city’s Seaport District, has listed one of its three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom residences, asking $6.95 million. The home features furnishings by Eric Roseff Designs and offers the option to be purchased fully furnished.
Statement furniture pieces like vintage serpentine sofas (by Vladimir Kagan) and Dialogue swivel chairs (by HBF) occupy the living room, while a custom dining banquette is upholstered in Holly Hunt fabric. Eclectic artwork and custom Phillip Jeffries wallcoverings make the home truly one-of-a-kind. Its more standard features include floor-to-ceiling windows, a kitchen with custom Italian cabinets, a primary bathroom with radiant-heated floors, and a Juliet balcony.
Full-Floor Penthouse at 200 Amsterdam Sells for $21 Million in All-Cash Deal
The sweeping 4,672-square-foot penthouse that encompasses the entire 44th floor of the 52-story 200 Amsterdam tower has sold for $21 million, The Real Deal reports. The apartment was purchased by an unnamed couple in an all-cash deal, fetching around $4,500 per square foot. The home offers four bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, a large foyer that overlooks Central Park, a corner living and dining area with a stone fireplace, and floor-to-ceiling windows with stunning views of Manhattan.
SERHANT. New Development Brings Residences at 75 First Avenue to Market, From $995,000
In Manhattan’s East Village, a new boutique condominium is offering a collection of 22 one- through three-bedroom homes designed by Italian architect Stefano Pasqualetti. The development, 75 First, features a glass facade designed by HTO and FMA architects, and its residences showcase open layouts with wide-plank cashmere oak floors and floor-to-ceiling windows; kitchens with Carrara marble countertops and Miele appliance packages; and bathrooms with custom floating vanities. There are two penthouses that come with private rooftop terraces.
Sales and marketing are being exclusively handled by SERHANT. New Development, and prices start at $995,000.
COOKFOX Architects’ Flatiron House Wraps Up Construction
Construction is coming to an end at the COOKFOX Architects-designed Flatiron House at 39 West 23rd Street in Manhattan’s Flatiron District, New York Yimby reports. The 25-story development features two towers—one named “the Tower” and the second dubbed “the Loft”—with the former offering 37 one- to four-bedroom homes and the latter providing seven one- to five-bedroom residences.
Developed by Anbau Enterprises, the building’s apartments include generous layouts with wide-plank oak floors, oversized windows, custom millwork, and kitchens with appliances by Gaggenau and Thermador, as well as outdoor terraces in select residences. Prices for available inventory go from $2.375 million for a one-bedroom home to $15.5 million for a four-bedroom abode.