$10M penthouse at Robert A.M. Stern’s Claremont Hall sets sales record for Morningside Heights
Renderings courtesy of Binyan Studios
A penthouse at a Robert A.M. Stern-designed tower in Morningside Heights is in contract for $10 million, marking a record for the Manhattan neighborhood. The full-floor residence sits atop Claremont Hall, a 41-story building located within the campus of Union Theological Seminary. Positioned at one of the highest points in the area, Penthouse 41 is a four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath home with stunning city, park, and river views.
The open-layout kitchen comes equipped with state-of-the-art appliances, custom cabinetry, quartz countertops, and chrome fixtures and hardware. The primary bathroom is clad in marble flooring, custom RAMSA-designed wood vanities, high-end fixtures and fittings, and chrome accents.
The residence is the only penthouse unit in the building with its own private elevator entrance. Additional perks include a wet bar and a fireplace.
All penthouses within Claremont Hall have their own private outdoor terraces of loggias that overlook the city, Hudson River, and Central Park.
Designed by RAMSA in partnership with CetraRuddy, Claremont Hall’s amenity suite includes a walnut-paneled library, dining room, creative maker’s room, a playroom, resident lounge with a terrace, fitness center, indoor parking, and a saltwater swimming pool housed within the Union Theological Seminary’s former refectory.
At 417 feet tall, Claremont Hall is the tallest building in Morningside Heights. The mixed-use tower contains 165 condo units ranging from one to four bedrooms, as well as 54,000 square feet of classrooms, offices, and faculty apartments for the Union Theological Seminary.