After four years in a quiet market, New York City’s Woolworth Building has lowered its $110 million dollar penthouse to $79 million. This price change making it no longer the priciest listing for the city. The penthouse is 1 of 32 apartments in the building. The 9,600 square foot space boasts a mezzanine level with 360 degree views of Manhattan, a library, and its very own observatory. The space is described as “yacht-like” with widows all around and overhead.
- The Woolworth’s Building pinnacle penthouse has been reduced in price from $110 million to a more reasonable $79 million.
- Alchemy Properties has enlisted architect David Hotson to design the 9,600-square-foot living space.
- This luxurious penthouse features a two-story living room, a library, and an observatory with amazing skyline views of Manhattan.
“Alchemy has also hired architect David Hotson, who has worked on various fancy residences across the city, to conceptualize a design for the more than 9,600-square-foot penthouse; while the buyer will get, essentially, a basic white box, they could incorporate elements of Hotson’s design.”