Sales launched last month at Extell’s sleek Lower East Side monolith One Manhattan Square, and today, the developers announced that one of the two extremely ritzy duplex penthouses has officially sold for roughly $13 million.
The five-bedroom apartment offers 3,699 square feet of living space, along with a 416-square-foot “entertaining terrace.” Listed at $13.178 million, the pad will feature a corner master suite (with dressing area), a windowed gourmet kitchen (with breakfast bar), and a “grand salon” (with stellar views).
The 815-unit “vertical village” boasts a ridiculous roster of over-the-top amenities, including performance spaces, entertaining spaces, a multi-level fitness center, squash courts, basketball courts, a bowling alley, a 75’ indoor pool, a spa, a hammam, and a laundry room with a staff, plus sprawling outdoor gardens designed by West 8, the same firm behind Governor’s Island’s engineered hills.
Perhaps most notably of all, the grounds will include something called an “adult treehouse,” which the Wall Street Journal explains is an “electrified and furnished structure perched on stilts and surrounded by trees.”
So far, more 80 units in the building have sold, with prices starting at $1.6 million and going up to $3.498 million for a 1,400-square-foot three bedroom.