Life on a tiny island inhabited by more than 1.6 million doesn’t have to mean sacrificing space, provided a buyer’s pockets are deep enough.
Manhattan’s ten largest apartments, varying in size from 10,911 square feet at the most spacious to 7,693 square feet for the most (relatively) cramped, run the gamut in terms of layout, luxurious amenities and location. And ranging in price from a mere $10 million to $100 million, the offerings offer a wide range of bang for the buck, Curbed reported.
The roomiest pad currently on sale in Manhattan is a five-story penthouse at 60 Warren Street, a 10,911-square-foot spread that has been on the market since 2006 and is currently asking $24.5 million. Second most spacious is 66 East 11th Street’s quadplex “mansion,” which sprawls over 10,701 square feet and resembles a townhouse inside a condominium building, Curbed said. Among the perks are a private elevator, wine cellar and screening room — up for grabs for $45 million.
Third on the list is a bit of a fixer upper. Located at 15 Park Row, otherwise known as the Cupolas Penthouse, the currently unfinished 10,600-square-foot unit is on the market for $19.9 million. Hot on its heels of that is a 10,045-square-foot spread in the Trump Soho Hotel Condominium that offers 10,045 square feet of residential space and is asking $50 million, along with monthly costs of $125,541, according to the listing. Fifth is the 9,799-square-foot penthouse unit in the Mark Hotel, asking $60 million since it first hit the market in 2008.
The bottom five include Steven Cohen’s One Beacon Court — second priciest on the list asking $98 million — and clocking in at 9,000 square feet and the full 8,451-square-foot floor at 535 West End Avenue, asking $27.5 million. There is also an 8,000-square-foot triplex for $10 million in the American Thread Building and the 8,000-square-foot City Spire penthouse — the priciest pad on the list (and in New York City) at $100 million. Last, but certainly not least, the penthouse at 66 East 11th Street, which totals 7,693 square feet, is asking $50 million and boasts Leonardo DiCaprio as a part-owner and investor in the building. [Curbed] — Julie Strickland