An Inside Look at the City’s Most Expensive Penthouse

Get ready to get lost in this Contemporary Flatiron home!

Best Known For: Located in the West Village of New York City, this stunning triplex has been completely remodeled since being originally built in 1894.

Interior: There are four bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, and 1,944 square feet of living space.

Property Description: It will be difficult to put this home into words.

Ominous clues include the vermilion-colored doors and windows, mosaic tile and wrought iron, and the moldings on the ceiling.

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A tantalizing glimpse inside a New York City penthouse, designed by Emily Mason. The colors create an incredible sense of atmosphere.

What to Expect: For nearly three centuries, this Belvedere Avenue penthouse has evolved with its owner and suited his desires. Since 1911, the building has been owned by the Sylvia Corporation, a private company operated by real estate and business consultants, real estate law firm Newmark, and investment firm Zelman. The board is devoted to maintaining open-mindedness in the following re-configured spaces in the building and the sweeping views of lower Manhattan.

Additionally, 2.2 hours of Greenwich Townhouses on Bryant Park, 3,000 square feet of ballroom space and public domain building services round out a high-end amenity package.

Want to move in? Make your offer before November 30.

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