A $120,000 per month apartment on the 59th floor of One57 hit the market on Wednesday, making it the third most expensive non-hotel rental in the city. The apartment is owned by an anonymous entity with links to the Hajioannou Greek shipping family, according to The Real Deal.
The owner picked up the 4,483 square foot pad in 2014 for $30 million as an investment property, listing broker Alexander Constantin of Heritage Realty Services told TRD. Heritage is known for managing the domestic real estate investments of international elite.
The four-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom apartment underwent a renovation that included removing a wall that obscured the Central Park views upon entry. The apartment has been furnished with furniture by B&B Italia and Promemoria.
At its ask of $120,000, apartment 59A comes in behind another One57 rental, asking $150,000,
Another One57 apartment claims the prize of priciest non-hotel rental in New York City, with an ask of $150,000 per month. Coming in at second place is the townhouse at 144 Duane Street, which is asking $135,000 a month. All pale in comparison, though, to the suites of the Pierre's 39th floor, which are on the market for $500,000 per month.
One57 is in some hot water at the moment, after it was revealed that the billionaire building may have been financed with scandal-tinged money.