Do you have an idea how much costs a month rental for penthouse in the tallest residental building in United States? Well, it’s staggering $60,000 per month, but for that money, anyone can say to living in Frank Gehry-designed penthouse, at 870 feet high skyscraper on Spruce Street in Manhattan!
Each of the three penthouses on the 76th floor, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning Frank Gehry are available for rent. If $60,000 per month ($720,000 annual) for the 4-bedroom penthouse apartment is too much for you, you can opt for the two adjacent 3-bedroom properties for $45,000 a month ($540,000 annual). No matter for which apartment you choose to rent, you ‘ll get magnificent 360 degree view of New York City, so you can enjoy watching the Atlantic Ocean, the Hudson and East rivers, the One World Trade building, the Tappan Zee Bridge and the Statue of Liberty, and even the Woolworth Building.
And you won’t get just the stunning view, but also penthouse with the ultimate level of sophistication, every detail designed to cater to the most privileged lifestyle. The floors are of marble and limestone. Kitchens feature Sub-Zero icemaker and Liebherr refrigerators, wine refrigerators, 6-burner Miele cooktops with vented hoods and wall mounted pot fillers, warming drawers and double wall ovens. The bathroom are fancy, with radiant heat flooring glass enclosed walk-in showers with rainforest heads and body spray sets, Duravit soaking tubs with integrated air systems, the Toto Eco Nexus toilets and wall mounted towel warmers. Additional features include remote controlled motorized solar shades and multi-zoned lighting systems.
If you choose the 4-bedroom unit, you will get the highest home in the Western hemisphere, and it offers 3,800 square feet and comes with an extra studio unit, presumably to serve as staff quarters. Residents also have access to the building’s plush amenities, which include an indoor pool, baby grand piano, personal Pilates rooms, spa suite, a grilling terrace and a baby grand piano.
“You’re higher than the helicopters up here,” Cliff Finn, president of New Development Marketing at Citi Habitats, the company in charge of renting the units, told the New York Daily News. “These are the best apartments in the top rental building in the world by the top architect in the world.”