The penthouse of New York by Gehry at 8 Spruce Street, one of the most polarizing buildings to join the skyline in the last ten years, just hit the market for the second time ever. The asking price? A cool $45,000/month.
For that, renters get a wing of the building’s 76th floor and bragging rights to one of downtown’s highest residences (and not to mention a spot in the only New York City building designed by favored architect of The Simpsons, Frank Gehry.)
The kitchen of the 3,771-square-foot rental comes decked out in grey oak cabinetry and Caeserstone countertops, and comes with a Liebherr refrigerator with a wine cooler, a six-burner Miele vented cooktop, a Hansgrohe faucet and pot filler, and a Bosch dishwasher. The apartment also has a full-service utility room with a washer and dryer.
The master bedroom has an impressively large en suite bathroom and dressing area. Of the three additional bedrooms, two also have private bathrooms.
The penthouse is being offered alongside an additional one-bedroom apartment on the 76th floor.
The apartment is on the market with Douglas Elliman and, lucky for renters, is available without a fee.