August is here and the weather is just divine. The most luxurious penthouses on the market right now offer private outdoor space perfect for enjoying everything that this month has to offer.
$33 Million Penthouse at 180 East 88th Street
180 East 88th Street, the striking Carnegie Hill tower developed and designed by Joe McMillan’s DDG, is home to a luxurius penthouse.
Listed with an asking price of $33 million, the penthouse at 180 East 88th Street is the tallest residence north of 72nd Street on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The triplex home spans 5,508 square feet, with an additional 3,501 total square feet of exterior terrace space across all levels – including an expansive private rooftop terrace featuring a gas fireplace and views of Central Park. The impressive home features panoramic views in all directions, two living room spaces – including one with a gas fireplace and wet-bar – a large dining area, eat-in kitchen, five bedrooms plus den, four full and two half baths, and a gorgeous sculptural spiral staircase leading to the upper-floor bedrooms and third-level roof terrace.
$16.95 Million Penthouse at 150 East 78th Street
150 East 78th Street is the Upper East Side condominium development designed by award-winning architectural firm Robert A.M. Stern Architects with interiors by designer Robert Couturier. The final remaining listing, Duplex PH11B, is a unique residence that features five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a private elevator entry.
Asking $16.95 million, Duplex Penthouse 11B spans over 3,800 square feet and features an outdoor terrace conveniently located off both the library and living room for ample entertaining. The first floor of this stunning duplex has a windowed eat-in kitchen featuring cabinetry designed in collaboration with master carpenter, Christopher Peacock, formal dining room, entry gallery, private stair and great room with custom fireplace. Classically inspired pre-war details are found throughout the home and include chevron and straight plank wood flooring, tall ceilings, and detailed crown molding.
$13.5 Million Penthouse at 212 West 72nd Street
Award-winning architecture firm CetraRuddy has transformed the Upper West Side’s most beloved rental building into a new luxury condominium called 212 West 72nd Street. Located at the iconic intersection of Broadway and 72nd Street, the ultra-modern building’s exciting transformation is being led by developer Centurion Property Investors and introduces 126 new residences to the neighborhood, just steps from the 72nd Street subway station and Central Park.
Priced at $13.5 million, Penthouse South features unique in-residence amenities like a private landscaped roof terrace with a hot tub, fire pit, outdoor kitchen and outdoor shower. CetraRuddy designed a seamless indoor-outdoor experience for the home, with ample natural light and open, flexible spaces.
$12.5 Million Penthouse at 7 West 57th Street
7 West 57th Street is a ground-up, boutique condominium building located right off a bustling Fifth Avenue. Situated on a corridor known for its supertalls, the building stands out with a more discreet footprint at just 20 stories tall – but not without iconic Central Park and cityscape views and expansive floor plates that stretch across 57th Street to 58th.
7 West 57th Street features a Triplex Penthouse that was just listed for $12.5 million. Designed by Calvin Tsao of Tsao & McKown, the Penthouse’s interior boasts 2,801 square feet of interior space across two bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms. An expansive living room faces an idyllic view of Central Park and is equipped with a wet bar for entertaining. The Penthouse also features a private 1,017-square-foot, Central Park-facing rooftop terrace on its third level, which is fully equipped with an outdoor kitchen as well as an elegantly designed powder room. The space is also fitted with smart home features like a Zoned Lutron system for lighting and shades with blackout shades installed in all bedrooms.
Luxurious Penthouses at 200 East 59th Street
200 East 59th Street is the sister building of 432 Park Avenue, one of the tallest (and most successful) residential towers in the Western Hemisphere.
The penthouse residences boast soaring 14-foot ceilings and incredible floor-to-ceiling windows. The grand spaces are made all the more unique by their column-free interiors, an engineering feat accomplished by architecture firm CetraRuddy by pushing the interior support structures out to the exterior. The columns now proudly epitomize the building’s crisp, ultra-modern architecture and give it its iconic Manhattan-meets-Miami look. This particular listing also has massive private outdoor space, with a wraparound terrace as well as a covered rooftop deck offering plenty of room for a summertime lounge overlooking Central Park.
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