This apartment, located somewhere 90 stories above Manhattan, is apparently "one of the largest private apartment residences in the United States," according to the blurb from ODA-Architecture, which handled the apartment's interiors. We're not sure exactly when the renovation took place, but we stumbled on it yesterday courtesy of one helpful Curbed tipster, and it's the kind of apartment that's worth our attention regardless of timing. The property is 18,000 square feet, with six bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. Then there are the quirkier features, which include a theater and music room, private spa and gym, teahouse, 2,000 bottle wine room, sculpture garden, and 30' waterfall with reflecting pool. Each of those amenities deserves to be followed by an (!) or two. And the archibabble reveals a little bit more:
With a perimeter of 16' foot floor- to-ceiling windows, the essence of the apartment is the sculpture garden at its entrance. The garden features a spectacular 30' water wall and reflecting pool overlooking the famed United Nations headquarters along the East River. This superlative dwelling also features a 75' expanse of living and dining area along with a Italian kitchen, library, game room, day spa, home theater and professional grade listening room with recording studio.
The ODA listing for the project does not, of course, disclose the apartment's owner. Our tipster wonders if the apartment in question is the three-unit penthouse duplex at Trump World Tower, which sold back in 2007 for $33.654 million. The square footage doesn't quite add up, though?anyone have any insight?
· Private Residence [ODA]
· Trump World Tower coverage [Curbed]