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One Vandam's massive glass-and-limestone penthouse returns for $25M

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Its price has dropped by $3 million since it hit the market two years ago

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One Vandam’s sprawling triplex penthouse has found itself back on the market after trying its luck for a whopping $28 million back in 2014. This time around, the impressive 5,286-square-foot home is hoping to sell for $25 million.

Penthouse A is the largest unit within the luxury building designed by BKSK Architects, measuring almost 2,000 square feet more than the $15 million duplex penthouse below it. New, exclusive imagery shows off its lovely interiors.

The show-stopping feature within this four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom space is its massive staircase that is outwardly displayed through the huge 30-foot wall of glass windows. The future owner of this home will have a private elevator to transport them between the three floors, three wood-burning fireplaces, a chef’s kitchen with custom cabinetry and a 103-bottle wine fridge, and over 1,996 square feet of outdoor space. The bedrooms offer floor-to-ceiling windows against their sleek layout and naturally, plenty of sunlight.

The amount of outdoor square footage offered with this unit is greater than what some entire houses measure up to. There are three terraces plus an “outdoor spa,” which is really a sunken tub on the roof that allows for one to enjoy stunning views of the city while they unwind.