Because 16-room apartments aren't the most practical or sellable thing, the former combination triplex penthouse at the Grand Millennium on Broadway and West 67th Street has reappeared on the market as a much smaller version of itself. The full 8,100-square-foot triplex that was once asking an eye-popping $42 million has been whittled down into a 4,100-square-foot single-floor penthouse asking just $23 million. The best of the erstwhile combination penthouse is included in the new sale: a four-sided stone and glass fireplace, a 1,000-square-foot terrace designed by landscape architects Thomas Balsley Associates, a living area with a drop down movie screen with hidden speakers and black-out shades, and a kitchen with at least two of each appliance, because why not.
· Listing: Grand Millennium, 1965 Broadway PHB3 [Elliman via StreetEasy]
· Triplex Lincoln Square Penthouse Wants a Whopping $42M [Curbed]