Starwood Capital reveals $60M Baccarat penthouse

Top-floor apartment in 46-story building comes with sizable terrace

TRD New York /
Mar.March 28, 2014 11:06 AM

Development firm Starwood Capital has unveiled the design for its $60 million penthouse atop the Baccarat Hotel and Residences in Midtown that hit the market more than a year ago.

The five-bedroom, 7,381-square-foot uppermost condo at 20 West 53rd Street is situated between Fifth and Sixth avenues and across from the Museum of Modern Art. The space features windows that stretch wall to wall and floor to ceiling, a double-height ceiling in the living room and a 417-square foot terrace, Curbed reported. Interior designer Tony Ingrao also included a custom staircase, chrome finishes and some Baccarat crystals, the blog said.

Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group has been tapped to sell units in the 46-story doorman building, where residents have access to hotel amenities, including a swimming pool, spa, gym and restaurant.

An apartment two floors below went into contract for just over $20 million in September, as previously reported[Curbed]Angela Hunt


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