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Saudi prince’s Trump Place triplex lists for $48.5M

10,500-square-foot unit includes three panic rooms, a six-person jacuzzi and a sushi bar

February 26, 2015 08:35AM

From left: Raphael De Niro, Ryan Serhant and the triplex at the Heritage at Trump Place

From left: Raphael De Niro, Ryan Serhant and the triplex at the Heritage at Trump Place

A Saudi prince’s massive Upper West Side triplex that features a sushi bar, a cigar room and three panic rooms has hit the market for $48.5 million.

The 10,500-square-foot unit, which is owned by an entity affiliated with Prince Nawaf bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, is located inside the Heritage at Trump Place at 240 Riverside Boulevard and includes four bathrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms, according to the Wall Street Journal.

The price comes down to $4,600 per square foot, which is fairly high for the area and more in line with pricing along “Billionaires’ Row,” the newspaper reported.

The apartment is comprised of six smaller apartments merged together, also includes three bullet-proof panic rooms, a hair salon and a ventilated cigar room, the newspaper reported. But that’s not all. The lavish pad comes with a sushi island bar, built-in saltwater aquariums, as well as a jacuzzi that overlooks the Hudson River, according to the newspaper.

Douglas Elliman’s Raphael De Niro and Nest Seekers International’s Brian Chan and Ryan Serhant have the listing. [WSJ]Claire Moses

  • Bathroom Guy

    That’s a lot of bathrooms.

  • mike woods

    I wonder what’s going on with 200 11th avenue, or the $100+ penthouse. Now this? He doesn’t seem to ever sell any of these overpriced listings. I guess getting publicity and personal branding is all that matters to “celebrity brokers”.

    • Sam

      He sells a lot of real estate and is one of the hardest working brokers in the biz. Besides, why would he not take a marquee listing? Apart from generating publicity, it may generate a direct Buyer who purchases another property through him. “publicity and personal branding is all that matters to “celebrity brokers”” is a broad generalization.

      • Doug

        Whatever you say Ryan.

        • brkr

          I agree w Sam. I’ve dealt w Ryan and was surprised at how hard he personally worked for his clients- and this was a $1.8M Apt.

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