There comes a time in the lives of some listings when, after seeing more price cuts than we care to count, they make it into the PriceChopper Hall of Fame. That day has arrived for this triplex penthouse at the Grand Millennium on Broadway and West 67th Street.
When the massive apartment first hit the market in September 2014, it was asking an mind-boggling $42 million. After failing to entice a buyer at that price, the 8,100-square-foot unit attempted its luck by splitting its size in half and lowering the price to $23 million for a 4,100-square-foot penthouse. That effort also failed. A third attempt in August 2016 brought the full-sized penthouse back to the market with a $12 million price chop from the original $42 million, bringing the ask down to $30 million, but alas, it was to no avail.
So here the apartment is, with another almost $7 million shaved off the price tag. The space truly is stunning, offering six bedrooms, a free-floating bronze and glass fireplace, two massive terraces, and panoramic views of Manhattan. Perhaps this time will be a charm and the unit will finally unload for $22.995 million.
- Listing: 1965 Broadway #Ph3bc [Douglas Elliman via StreetEasy]
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