Meet the "Crown Jewel of Soho." Puck Penthouse 1, the most lavish of the six apartments created atop the historic Puck Building, has finally hit the market. Yes, we knew it would cost $66 million, but now the listing photos and brokerbabble actually offer some justification as to why. The 7,241-square-foot duplex has six bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, a gym, a home theater, and a wine cellar. Then there's the outdoor space, clocking in at over 5,000 square feet and kitted out with a "yoga lawn" (whatever that is, but it's probably nice), a putting green, gas grills, a hot tub, and a wet bar. The interiors are beautifully Puck-ish: barrel-vaulted ceilings; handsome industrial touches, wood, brick, and metal details, etc. If it goes for ask, then this apartment would nab the record for most expensive apartment sold downtown, currently held by the Walker Tower penthouse, which went for $50.9 million last year.
Out of the six penthouses that Jared Kushner has converted and built atop the formerly commercial Puck Building, this marks the fourth to enter the sales market. One has sold for $28 million. Currently, two prior listings are still available: Penthouse II for $35.1M and VI for $22M. They've been on the market since late September and are still seeking buyers. But will the "crown jewel" go first?
· Puck Penthouses [offical]
· Listing: Puck Penthouses: The Crown Jewel of SoHo [Sotheby's via StreetEasy]
· Downtown New York Penthouse to List for $66 Million [WSJ]
· All Puck Penthouses coverage [Curbed]