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At $50.7 million, unit 62 is the priciest listing to hit the market (so far) at the Jean Nouvel-designed tower rising up alongside The Museum of Modern Art, as well as one of the most expensive new build units on the market in the city.
The full-floor, 6,954-square-foot spread has interiors designed by Thierry Despont, and comes with four bedrooms, direct elevator entry, and a kitchen with custom cabinetry and marble countertops. The corner master bedroom suite includes a master bath with heated Verona limestone slab floors and baseboard, plus the pad has floor-to-ceiling windows, and panoramic views.
The building, which will encompass a total of 139 apartments, will offer amenities aplenty (naturally), including a wellness center, theater, and wine vault. It will also house new galleries for its next-door-neighbor. Benefits of living next to the MoMA? Special museum perks.
|Price Per ft²||$7,297|