Sales launched at Thomas Juul-Hansen's High Line-bordering 505 West 19th Street back in March, but listings for the two buildings' three penthouses have yet to go live. Now we have the next best thing, though: floorplans and prices for each of the penthouse units. PH1, which encompasses the whole 9th floor of the east tower, is the largest and most expensive. With an asking price of $22 million, it includes a large private terrace, a smaller private terrace off the study, four bedrooms, a media room, wet bar, and a library.
UPDATE: And there's a rendering, too.
PH2, occupying the floor above as well as an enormous private roof deck, has a similar layout minus one bedroom and the library. It will ask $17.85 million. The west tower's lone penthouse, PHW, a duplex, has a different layout, but most of the same stuff. It has almost the same interior square foot as PH2 but less outdoor space, but it's also going to be the second priciest at $18.85 million. Interestingly, the pricing doesn't seem to the reflect the amount of outdoor space that each unit possesses at all, meaning that PH2, with a whopping 4,588 square feet of terrace and roof deck, may be the best deal of the bunch.
· 505 West 19th Street coverage [Curbed]
· 505 West 19th Street [Streeteasy]