A swanky new penthouse in New York City on 520 West 28th Street is the gem of Zaha Hadid first residential project in New York. The building and its interiors were created by the late Pritzker Prize–winning architect, with views overlooking the High Line and midtown Manhattan.
As the scheduled completion date of early 2017 gets closer, Zaha Hadid-designed sections of the building are being placed on the market. But the crown jewel is the $50 million five-bedroom triplex penthouse. The 6,855-square-foot residence features a corner master suite with a private balcony, two windowed dressing rooms, and two baths and three additional bedrooms and a wet bar. The rest of the space features a 1,250 square-foot great room complete with an eat-in chef’s kitchen with a marble-clad island. An elevator and a flowing staircase connect all floors.
Among the amenities is the penthouse’s jaw-dropping, 2,218-square-foot terrace, which has an outdoor kitchen with a grill, sink and fridge. According to the floor-plan, the suite offers up an enormous great room and easy access to the building’s roof pavilion and garden.
The Zaha Hadid-designed NYC building includes a 75-foot-long pool and a gym, along with a spa featuring a cold plunge pool, waterfall showers, a sauna, a steam room, lounges, and massage treatment beds. Looking to throw a mini-viewing party with close friends and family? The building also boasts a private 12-seat IMAX screening room.