ODA Unveils Block-Encompassing Billionaires’ Row Tower; West Hollywood Penthouse Seeks to Set Sales Record with Whopping $50 Million Ask
Aug 4, 2022 | By: Ameena Walker
Penthouse with Wraparound Terrace in Manhattan’s Historic Puck Building Asks $35 Million
One of the six iconic penthouses within Manhattan’s historic Puck Building has hit the market asking $35 million, reports Forbes. Spanning more than 5,900 square feet of indoor space, Penthouse Four offers four bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms, and a plethora of details that merge the building’s history with contemporary style.
The kitchen features pearlized-brick, barrel-vaulted ceilings, custom cabinetry, and a massive marble island, while the great room boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, wall panels upholstered with pony hair, custom wood plank ceilings, and a stunning full-height steel gas fireplace. There is a utility room with two washers and dryers and a Sub-Zero wine fridge. The residence includes an impressive wraparound terrace with a hot tub, fountain, dining space, 55-inch outdoor television, willow pergola, and views of the surrounding skyline.
West Hollywood Condominium Seeks to Set Sales Record with Whopping $50 Million Ask
A grandiose 10,000-square-foot West Hollywood penthouse located on the top floor of Townscape Partners’ 8899 Beverly Boulevard is up for grabs for an astounding $50 million, reports the Los Angeles Times. The East Penthouse occupies the 10th floor and is composed of steel and glass, ceilings that soar nearly 14 feet high, and spectacular views of the skyline. If this home sells for its asking price, it will become the county’s most expensive condominium ever sold.
The West Penthouse, located on the second half of the same floor, will be available in the fall, seeking $50 million as well. Prospective buyers can purchase the East and West Penthouses together immediately for a combined $100 million. The two penthouses were designed to be combinable, which would create an astounding 20,000-square-foot, single-story penthouse: the largest of its kind in the world.
ODA Unveils Block-Encompassing Billionaires’ Row Tower
Construction recently started at 126 East 57th Street, an ODA-designed luxury tower that will rise 28 stories and span the width of the entire block from 56th to 57th Streets. Renderings have also been released for the development, giving an idea of what the 175,000-square-foot building will feature.
The building will include a cast-in-place concrete facade with projections and recesses, two entrances—one on 57th Street that leads into a six-story-tall atrium that looks onto the landscaped courtyard—and a porte cochere for car drop-offs. Almost all the building’s 175 studio to three-bedroom residences will have private outdoor terraces and will sport interiors designed by Gabellini Sheppard. The 28th-floor penthouses include private interior stairs that lead to their own roof terraces.
126 East 57th Street will offer a generous amenity package that includes an exercise room, sauna and steam rooms, a party room, an outdoor kid’s playground, an indoor swimming pool, and a private lounge with a kitchen. Additionally, there will be a communal greenhouse, an outdoor cinema amphitheater, and a rooftop space with grills.
Penthouse Sales Launch from $24.75 Million at Rafael Viñoly-Designed 277 Fifth Avenue
Sales have launched for the penthouses at 277 Fifth Avenue, Rafael Viñoly’s 55-story NoMad tower, with sales being led by SERHANT. The collection includes three unique four-bedroom homes that each span a full floor and offer panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline.
Interiors are graced with oversized windows and ceilings more than 12 feet high, along with warm woods and elegant natural stone. “The Penthouses at 277 Fifth Avenue represent the pinnacle of luxury living in Manhattan,” says Jennifer Alese, Director of New Development for SERHANT.
Amenities at 277 Fifth Avenue feature a private dining room and catering kitchen, a fitness center opening onto a furnished terrace, a games lounge, a children’s playroom, and a media and entertaining library. Currently, PH54 is being offered at $24.75 million.
Duplex Penthouse in London’s “Glass Building” Lists for $4.1 Million
Located in London’s Camden neighborhood, a three-bedroom duplex penthouse within The Glass Building on Arlington Road has hit the market at £3.35 million (US $4.1 million), Mansion Global reports. Designed by architect Piers Gough, the 2,653-square-foot residence is highlighted by floor-to-ceiling windows, an atrium-style great room, a floating staircase, and a rooftop terrace with views of London. Additional perks include heated floors, central air conditioning, and a private parking spot.