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Lavish full-floor Pierre Hotel apartment wants $65M

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The apartment is one of the most expensive homes for sale in NYC right now

A library with a blue crystal chandelier and blue furniture all around it. There’s a round glass table in the middle and four chairs around it.
The apartment’s library.
Courtesy of Douglas Elliman.

An apartment spanning the entire 29th floor of the Pierre Hotel has hit the market—and made it to our list of NYC most expensive homes for sale—with an asking price of $65 million.

The co-op apartment, which the listing describes as “a diamond in the sky,” has four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, a large gallery space in its entrance, separate living and dining areas, a decorative fireplace, and a ton of closet space. The apartment offers views of Central Park.

A living room area with light beige couches, blue cushions, and a squared wooden table in the middle.
The main living room.

Its interiors are a bit over-the-top, but elegant nonetheless: There are crystal light fixtures, a crystal chandelier in the library, a Venetian plaster “dusted with mother of pearl accents,” the listing says, and antique Murano glass fixtures.

A part of the library with large windows, a table, and a head statue with a crystal blue base.
Details of the library and its view to Central Park.

Charlene Haroche, widow of travel mogul and co-founder of Liberty Travel Gilbert Haroche, currently owns the apartment, which she bought back in 2015 for $22.9 million, The Real Deal reported. The listing says that “under current ownership,” all rooms were enlarged and repurposed—which may be the reason for the price hike.

The sumptuous Pierre Hotel, designed by Schultze & Weaver and built in 1929, sits in the Upper East Side historic district, at 795 Fifth Avenue, steps from Central Park.

Maintenance charges amount to $24,000/month. Lisa Simonsen of Douglas Elliman has the listing.

A bathroom with a large tub, white walls, and marble floors.
The master bathroom.
A dining room area with hardwood floors, a chandelier, a rectangular dining table, and multiple blue chairs around it.
The main dining room area.

The Pierre – A Taj Hotel

2 E 61st St, New York, NY 10065