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Madison Square Park Tower’s breathtaking penthouse returns for $77.7M

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The development team has added another floor to the penthouse to create a 15,000 square foot triplex home

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The crowning penthouse of Flatiron District’s tallest tower—Madison Square Park Tower—has returned to the market, and it’s nearly doubled in size and price. In June 2017, the then duplex penthouse, measuring over 7,000 square feet, listed on the market for $48 million.

Now, over a year later, the penthouse is set to return to the market for a staggering $77.7 million, making it one of the most expensive homes for sale in the city. The price tag is also likely a reference to the height of the penthouse at 777 feet above ground. Previously, the sales price included the 64th and 65th floors of the building, but now the 63rd floor is also part of the sale creating a massive triplex penthouse measuring over 15,000 square feet.

The buyer of the penthouse will also get two studio apartments within the building as staff quarters or office space, and two automated parking spaces in the building’s underground parking area, as part of the sale.

A living area. There is a large table with many chairs. There are floor to ceiling windows overlooking the New York City skyline.

What’s more, the buyer gets to select between interior design plans drawn up by three well-known architects: Lee Mindel, Ryan Korban and Thomas Jul-Hansen. Architectural Digest recently ran a piece with details on each of these designs. The new buyer can also choose to go with an entirely new design for the space.

Thanks to the penthouse’s floor-to-ceiling windows, the views are some of the most spectacular NYC views in the city. They include vistas of the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, and the Hudson and East Rivers. Peek at some of these views below.

Evan Joseph
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Fredrik Eklund, John Gomes and Noble Black of Douglas Elliman are the brokers for the property. Madison Square Park Tower was developed by the Continuum Company and designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox.