The Listings: Nth-Degree Opulence

5 lavish, new-to-market city digs for living like a king

February 6, 2018 9:00 am

This is The Listings, a monthly rundown (with pictures!) of some of the most over-the-top properties currently on sale in or about this fair(ish) city.

This month: we’ve rounded up five big-ticket homes fit for a seriously upper crust king — from a perch in the historic Woolworth building to a former William Randolph Hearst penthouse. 

Central Park West Penthouse (4 images)

91 Central Park West

Basics: 4 bedrooms, 4 baths and roughly 2,246 square feet of rooftop space
Notable features: 14.5-foot ceilings and gothic stained glass windows galore
Bragging rights: Gazing over your Central Park views via a wrap-around terrace where William Randolph Hearst once resided

Barclay (3 images)

100 Barclay Street
$59,000,000 (listing pending under Corcoran’s Vickey Barron)

Basics: 14,500-square-foot duplex penthouse
Notable features: 21-foot windows with a Statue of Liberty view and a living room larger than an NBA court
Bragging rights: 40,000-square-feet of amenities including a lap pool, a wine-tasting room, four outdoor terraces and a spa

57th (3 images)

157 West 57th Street

Basics: 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths and 3,466 square feet
Notable feature: Central Park through floor-to-ceiling windows
Bragging rights: Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Christian de Portzamparc, with interiors by Thomas Juul-Hansen and a standing appointment at the Park Hyatt spa

Treadwell 61st (3 images)

215 East 61st Street

Basics: 5 bedrooms, 6.5 baths and 5,900 square feet
Notable feature: a revamped five-story townhouse established in historic 1875 Treadwell Farms district
Bragging rights: Five fireplaces and a 35-foot landscaped garden

woolworth (4 images)

2 Park Place

Basics: 5,991 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, 1 powder room, 632 square feet of terrace
Notable feature: 360-degree city views
Bragging rights: Living inside a New York icon, for one. And a piece of history to boot: at the time of completion (1913) it was the tallest building in the world

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