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There are plenty of jaw-dropping apartments for sale in New York City at any given time. But, there’s one that just hit the market for $59 million that’s bound to blow the others out of the water. That’s because PH90 at 35 Hudson Yards features a 454-square-foot private terrace 90 stories high.
Yes, Penthouse 90 encompasses the entire 90th floor and is accessed via a private elevator. From there, you’ll enter a gracious entry foyer followed by the main living space that boasts 14-foot ceilings and 7.5-inch-wide French oak floors. The expansive corner great room features endless southern views to the One World Trade Center and beyond.
Meanwhile, the separate windowed eat-in kitchen was outfitted with high-end Smallbone of Devizes cabinetry, Gaggenau appliances, and Opal White Marble island counters. And the corner master bedroom suite has unobstructed water and city views and a dressing room, a windowed bathroom with a soaking tub, and a walk-in closet. There are four additional bedrooms, a fitness and media room, and an Onyx-clad powder room to finish off the luxe design.
Of course, the highlight has to be the 454-square-foot terrace adjacent to the dining room. From there—90 floors high—you get skyline views to the east and south.
“Penthouse 90 offers a truly one-of-a-kind home in the heart of Hudson Yards,” Sherry Tobak, Senior Vice President of Sales at Related Companies, told Departures. “The remarkable 10,171-square-foot compound in the sky provides residents with the ultimate lifestyle, including a beautiful terrace overlooking the city and beyond, while being an elevator ride away from unparalleled services and dining, a host of amenities, and the many benefits of the Hudson Yards neighborhood.”
35 Hudson Yards was designed by David M. Childs and Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill with interiors by Tony Ingrao and comes with access to the flagship Equinox Club and Spa.