A massive penthouse spanning 6,515 square feet, and overlooking Madison Square Park has sold for a whopping $33.09 million, which is almost $2 million under its original ask of $35 million, the Observer reports.
The apartment is located on the 22nd floor of the Witkoff Group’s conversion of 10 Madison Square West, which was originally built in 1915 and designed by William Van Alen, most famously the architect of the Chrysler Building.
For the conversion of the former International Toy Center building, Witkoff hired Goldstein, Hill & West to transform the building’s limestone and brick facade, and asked Alan Wanzenberg to design the condos.
This particular penthouse was created by combining two apartments on that floor following the sales success the building experienced shortly after sales launched on the condo development.
There are luxe features galore in this five-bedroom, 6.5 bathroom penthouse. For one, the apartment comes with three private terraces that span 1,700-square-feet in total. The apartment can be accessed by a private elevator, features 12-foot-tall beamed ceilings, a fireplace in what’s known as "the grand room," floor-to-ceiling windows, and a library that comes with a wet bar.
The buyer has only been identified as MSWPH LLC so far, but whoever that might be, they have quite the abode to look forward to.