Manhattan’s skyline is changing, and luxurious penthouses are ideal for soaking up the evolving views. Sitting in some of the city’s most notable new towers—from the waterside Hudson Yards development and revived South Street Seaport to skyscrapers stretching high above the iconic Museum of Modern Art—these ultimate New York City penthouses are notable for more than their sky-high settings, over-the-top amenities, extravagant design, and above all, jaw-dropping price tags.
The PH95 at 432 Park Avenue can be purchased for $82 Million. Situated on the 95th floor of architect Rafael Viñoly’s giant Midtown tower—currently the tallest residential structure in the Western Hemisphere—the full-floor penthouse occupies a total of 8,255 square feet. It reveals sweeping 360-degree views of the city and has six bedrooms, and seven baths.
It’s packed with state-of-the-art amenities, from wine refrigerators and Miele appliances to Toto toilets and radiant heated flooring. Top-shelf materials like marble, solid oak, white lacquer, and polished chrome give it a unique luxurious feel. The building offers a 24-hour doorman, a five-star concierge, a restaurant overseen by the Michelin-star chef Shaun Hergatt, and an onsite pool.
The Penthouse at One Hundred East Fifty-Third comes at the more modest price of $65 Million. Arranged over two floors, it stretches across 6,760-square-feet and features four bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, and a great room with floor-to-ceiling windows.
Residents can enjoy high-end building perks, including a gourmet espresso bar, a caviar counter, an Assouline book-binding and embossing shop. In addition to these, there are also award-winning art installations, and a ground-floor fine-dining experience from the Michelin-star chef Joël Robuchon.