This ultra-luxurious penthouse in Manhattan is the home of an extremely private billionaire. But very soon, the infamous Central Village triplex penthouse at 704 Broadway will change its owner, since Ron Burkle decided to sell it, asking $37 million. One of the most unique and spectacular homes in the world, this the 18,000-square-foot penthouse triplex home located a whopping 90 stories in the air with 360 degree views of New York City boasts: 5 bedrooms, 5 full baths, 2 powder rooms, 13′-17′ ceilings, and more than 50 windows.
It contains nearly every amenity you can think of, including a sculpture garden with a 30-foot water wall and and a landscaped forest alongside a heated outdoor swimming pool, two separate professional grade kitchens, W/D on each level, a game room, a day spa, exquisitely detailed with massive Danish Tudor wood burning fireplace, and a recording studio.
The penthouse sits atop a non-descript building, called “The Dandy,” that offers residents a central location near the Bowery Bar and BondSt, but no luxury amenities such as a doorman, which might be the least one could expect when coughing up $37 million for a Manhattan penthouse.