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New Looks At the $60M Crystal-Adorned Baccarat Penthouse

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Since the condos atop the super ritzy Baccarat Hotel on West 53rd Street hit the market in 2013, real looks inside of them have been kept pretty exclusive. But it appears the building is turning a new leaf, and letting just about anyone in on the condos' tricked-out crystal splendor. In an attempt to put out a contract for its $60 million crowning penthouse, which has been on the market since August, the folks marketing the apartment have sent Curbed a look inside the newly-staged digs.

The 7,400 square foot penthouse's more notable features include, but are not limited to, a glass and marble staircase, a master suite that's larger than most peoples' apartments at 1,150 square feet, a 600 square foot loggia, a master bathroom with honed and radiant-heated marble slab floors, and access to all of the amenities the Baccarat Hotel has to offer, like the Spa de la Mer by the eponymous skin care brand, a marble-clad pool, and multilingual concierge services. So, is all of this worth $60 million?


· Listing: 20 East 53rd Street PH [Elliman]
· First Interior Shots, Sales Update of Jeweled Baccarat Pads [Curbed]
· Scoping Out the Views & Interiors at the Baccarat Residences [Curbed]
· Midtown's 50-Story Baccarat Hotel and Residences Hits Market [Curbed]