Penthouse at Zeckendorfs’ 50 U.N. Plaza to ask $100M

The penthouse atop 50 United Nations Plaza (Credit: Hayes Davidson/James Ewing Photography via New York Post)

The 50 United Nations Plaza penthouse (Credit: Hayes Davidson/James Ewing Photography via New York Post)

Builder brothers the Zeckendorfs are bringing a $100 million penthouse to the top of 50 United Nations Plaza. The 15,597-square-foot triplex at the Norman Foster-designed 88-story building is slated to have 14 bedrooms and 13 full bathrooms.

The apartment also boasts 1,500 square feet of outdoor space and a 10,000-pound stainless-steel staircase leading to an infinity pool, the New York Post reported. The building – slated for completion in December 2014 — is being built by the Zeckendorfs as well as Eyal Ofer’s Global Holding, and is Foster’s first residential project in the country.

Condominiums in the building will start at $2.8 million. The developers paid $160 million for the site in 2007. [NYP]  – Hiten Samtani

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