Fans of HBO’s satirical black comedy-drama television series “Succession” will be delighted to know that the luxurious penthouse featured in the latest episode is currently listed for $29 million. Showcased in the dramatic opening scene as the luxurious abode of Kendall Roy, the spectacular penthouse sits atop 180 East 88th Street, an impressive development designed by Joe McMillan’s DDG. It is the tallest residence north of 72nd Street on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
This triplex home boasts a stunning total of 5,508 square feet of indoor space, accompanied by an additional 3,501 square feet of exterior terrace space spread across all three levels. The private rooftop terrace offers breathtaking views of Central Park and features a gas fireplace, dining area, and ample space for outdoor entertaining.
Inside, the penthouse boasts panoramic views in all directions, two living room spaces – one with a gas fireplace and wet-bar – a spacious dining area, an eat-in kitchen, five bedrooms plus a den, four full and two half baths, and a magnificent sculptural spiral staircase leading to the upper-floor bedrooms and third-level roof terrace.
180 East 88th Street features 47 private residences that range from lofts to five-bedroom homes, full-floor and duplex units, as well as a luxurious triplex penthouse. These residences are graciously appointed, showcasing exceptional attention to detail and design. Each home offers soaring ceiling heights that create a sense of spaciousness, while the formal entry galleries provide a grand entrance to each residence. The custom-designed kitchens feature high-end appliances and finishes, perfect for culinary enthusiasts and home chefs. The large, nine-foot windows frame stunning views of the New York skyline and the beautiful Central Park.
Residents have access to an impressive array of amenities spread across eight floors, including a partial indoor basketball court and soccer pitch, private fitness and yoga studio, wine room, game room, residents’ lounge and children’s playroom designed in partnership with the Children’s Museum of the Arts.
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