With prices averaging $18.75 million, the 96 condos in the soon-to-be converted Sony Building are going to be mindbogglingly expensive. But the penthouseoh, the penthousethat will be record-shattering-completely-inexplicable-make-you-weep-and-lose-your-mind expensive. The Real Deal reports that the apartment will list for a whopping $150 million. It will measure 21,504 square feet and occupy the top three floors of the 37-story building. According to the offering plan filed with the Attorney General's office, the place will have eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and 10 powder roomsin other words, it will have 18 toilets.
The title of the most expensive apartment ever sold in New York belongs to the penthouse of One57, which sold for $100.5 million, and there are few future listings aiming to shatter that record. The penthouse at the Woolworth Building will list for $110 million, while the penthouse of the Zeckendorfs's will list for $130 million. Compared to that place, where the price per square foot works out to $10,489, the penthouse of the Sony Building will be a downright steal at $6,975 per square foot.
Currently, the most expensive listing was the $118.5 million penthouse at the Ritz-Carlton Battery Park, but it appears to have been de-listed.
Oh, what a world we live in.
· Chetrit to ask record-shattering $150M for Sony Building PH [TRD]
· ">$100 Million One 57 PH Officially Closes, Breaks NYC Record [Curbed]
· NYC's Priciest Home Will Be a $130 Million Park Avenue Penthouse [Curbed]
· Woolworth Building Penthouse Will Ask a Record $110 Million [Curbed]
· The Most Expensive Homes For Sale In New York Right Now [Curbed]
· Mapping New York City's Most Expensive Homes Ever Sold [Curbed]
· Sony Building coverage [Curbed]