A gloriously overwrought 67th floor condo is the latest luxury pad to hit the market in One 57. The apartment spans half of the 67th floor and has, under its current owner, undergone a renovation by DHD that brought the pad walls covered in white gold leaf and endowed it with other swanky materials like custom marble slab flooring and onyx.
Though the apartment last sold for just over $28 million in July 2015 prior to its surely costly renovation, it’s back on the market with Corcoran seeking $27 million. The seller is an anonymous Tower 67b LLC.
The apartment’s keyed elevator entrance opens onto a gallery with Central Park views and is done up with custom marble slab floors. In the living room—or as the brokerbabble calls it, the Grand Salon—the walls have been covered in ebonized solid white oak paneling that’s accented with white gold leaf and Venetian plaster. A custom wet bar and vaulted ceiling over the dining area lend the room an even meatier sense of opulence.
Off of the living area, the eat-in kitchen doubles up on its Miele appliances including refrigerators and freezers and convection ovens, as well as a five-burner vented range, a warming drawer, a built-in coffee maker, and a Sub-Zero wine refrigerator.
The master suite, on the far side of the living area, includes a 20-foot by nine-foot windowed dressing room with a built-in safe and a master bathroom with not one, but two toilets. The condo’s two additional bedrooms each have private en suite bathrooms, of course.
The apartment’s monthly carrying costs run north of $10,000 per month, but that also nets owners access to the amenities of the Park Hyatt, in the building’s base.