How much would you pay to rub shoulders with (or at least, ride the same elevator as) the likes of Blake Lively and Justin Timberlake on a semi-regular basis? Real estate firm Brown Harris Stevens is hoping: a lot. It just listed a penthouse in the notorious A-lister apartment building 443 Greenwich in TriBeCa for the grand price of $57 million. With rumored residents including everyone from Jennifer Lawrence to Jake Gyllenhaal, the new homeowner will be paying just as much for their celebrity neighbors as they will for the sprawling space.
Measuring in at approximately 8,908 square feet, the space is certainly expansive by any standard—not just NYC real estate. There’s even an additional 3,426 square footage of rooftop terrace. One of the biggest draws of living in the city may be experiencing everything it has to offer, but we wouldn’t blame the new owners if they would rather experience it from afar, holed up in their perfect, brand-new penthouse.
The penthouse is the building’s largest and spans five bedrooms, six full bathrooms, and two half-baths. It encompasses three floors, each featuring gorgeous details like exposed wooden beams and iron-framed windows. With tons of natural light streaming in and enough space to house a small army, the apartment is well worth its astronomical price.
On the first floor, a custom-designed chef’s kitchen brings an element of luxury to the notion of cooking cozy weeknight dinners. A great room larger than most NYC apartments is the crown jewel, including tons of seating space prime for entertaining within its 20-foot-ceiling constraints.
Upstairs, the master bedroom suite is essentially its own wing. It includes a gas fireplace, an en suite spa bathroom with marble detailing to rival the most luxe five-star hotel, as well as a separate dressing and sitting room.
The final floor is more outdoor space than indoor space—though it does include a glass-walled entertaining room and boasts a plunge pool, outdoor kitchen, and incredible city vistas.
According to the listing, this is “a must-see for those searching for the finest quality of Manhattan living,” though we think you’d be hard-pressed to find another apartment equally as impressive anywhere else in the world. If you’re looking to move and have a cool $57 mil to shed (we’ve all been there!), we found your dream home.
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