Listing for NYC’s Most Expensive Home Officially Here – “The Penthouse Collection” Up for $118.5M
Last week we reported on the plans of two industrious property owners at the Ritz-Carlton in Battery Park City who were pooling their three penthouses in hopes of making a record-breaking $118.5 million sale. Hearsay no more because it looks like the listing for the space has officially emerged, and will be managed by none other than power broker Ryan Serhant at Nestseekers.
Aptly dubbed ‘The Penthouse Collection‘, the combined 39th and 40th floor spaces owned by Randall Yanker and Gary Segal offer up a staggering duplex totaling 15,434 square feet — or in layman’s terms (or is that possible with something this size?) 12 bedrooms and 15 bathrooms with “the potential” to extend both those numbers further. 20-foot ceilings, three kitchens, four terraces, and multiple living areas also means its a good thing that hotel amenities include housekeeping.
As broken down in the listing:
- Penthouse 2/3A is a 3 bedroom, 5 bathroom home with North and West exposures. It has 3,513 square feet of interior space and 398 square feet of exterior space.
- Penthouse 2/3B is a 5 bedroom, 5 and one half bathroom home North, East and South exposures. It has 7,628 square feet of interior space and 1,349 square feet of exterior space.
- Penthouse 2/3C is a 4 bedroom, 5 bathroom home with South and West exposures. It has 4,293 square feet of interior space and 446 square geet of exterior space.
Gotta catch ’em all. For $11,850,000 down you could make this your mansion in the sky.
[Listing: The Penthouse Collection by NestSeekers]