In a real estate landscape where $120 million apartments are somehow a thing that exists, it can be easy to forget that not every apartment is a ridiculously overpriced playground for billionaires. And granted, the penthouse apartment at the rising Steiner East Village development on East 12th Street isn't, you know, cheap—the apartment is asking $7 million, after all—but when compared to nearby developments like the Puck Penthouses, it seems almost like a steal. (Well, to a certain type of buyer, anyway.)
In any case, the penthouse atop Steiner East Village offers many of the same attributes normally found in pricier apartments: It measures nearly 3,000 square feet, with an additional 840 square feet that's spread over two private terraces (one of which can be accessed from three of the apartment's four bedrooms, because why not). Designed by Paris Forino, the four-bedroom pad has huge windows, luxe finishes, and custom flooring throughout.