New York’s most expensive* rental is a One57 unit asking $125K per month

Home is on the 80th floor of the building and spans about 6K sf

TRD New York /
Oct.October 25, 2018 11:15 AM

One57’s Apartment 80 at 157 West 57th Street (Credit: Corcoran)

Another unit at One57 has hit the market, and this one lays claim to being the most expensive non-hotel rental throughout New York City.

The 80th-floor residence is asking for $125,000 per month, according to Curbed. It spans about 6,250 square feet with four bedrooms and floor-to-ceiling windows, and it can also be rented furnished for $150,000 per month.

One57’s Apartment 80 at 157 West 57th Street (Credit: Corcoran)

The landlord appears to be the estate of billionaire Brazilian businessman Edson Bueno, who closed on the full-floor pad for $53 million in 2014. Bueno died of a heart attack in 2017.

Several people who have sold their units at Extell Development’s One57 this year have taken losses on them. Unit 77 recently sold for $42 million after the buyer purchased it in 2015 for $47.8 million, and Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll purchased his unit for $55.6 million in 2014 and sold it in May for $54 million. [Curbed] – Eddie Small

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