New full-floor listing at One57 asks $52M

157 West 57th Street 77 (credit: Douglas Elliman)

A new listing at what might be the city’s shiniest building has hit the market. The full-floor spread on the 77th floor of the towering One57 is asking a cool $52 million.

It’s being sold almost two years after it was first nabbed by its anonymous owner Unit 58a Acquisition Corp. for $47.8 million. Reports at the time suggested that the buyer was from Europe, was drawn to the 90-story building because of its views and planned to use the apartment as a pied-à-terre.

157 West 57th Street 77 (credit: Douglas Elliman)

Spanning 6,240 square feet, the apartment comes with four bedrooms, a private elevator gallery, a chef’s kitchen, floor-to-ceiling windows and some rather spectacular views (which LLNYC got to witness for ourselves when we toured the building last year.)

The apartment is just above the $91.5 million penthouse owned by hedge fund mogul William A. Ackman and a group of investors. But the most expensive unit sold in the building — and in New York City — is the record breaking 10,923-square-foot duplex penthouse on the building’s top two floors that sold in 2014 for $100.47 million to an undisclosed buyer.

157 West 57th Street 77 (credit: Douglas Elliman)
157 West 57th Street 77 (credit: Douglas Elliman)
157 West 57th Street 77 (credit: Douglas Elliman)
157 West 57th Street 77 (credit: Douglas Elliman)
  • Bernard K

    I just posted an inventory update at One57. http://www.bloomingsky.com/blog-post/2017/2/23/one57-availability-update

    If you take a look at prior closings vs. current on market, you’ll see there is about a 15% discount to be had. Also, that doesn’t actually reflect what existing properties will close for. I think there is a lot of good competition in this price range. Someone who wants One57 will see the opportunity in this property.

  • GabeM69

    The ultimate place for elitist moron libtards

  • Asizzle

    Yes, Gabe. One needs to be Libtarded to afford this. Probably paying for it with food stamps, right?