Madison Square Park Tower penthouse, now a triplex, back on the market for $77.7M

Posted On Thu, November 1, 2018 By

Posted On Thu, November 1, 2018 By In Cool Listings, Flatiron, Madison Square

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The penthouse atop the Flatiron District‘s tallest tower, Madison Square Park Tower at 45 East 22nd Street, has gained a floor and nearly doubled in price. The 7,000-square-foot duplex was listed in 2017 for $48 million. Now, Mansion Global reports, the stunning residence 777 feet above the ground has gained a floor, measures over 15,000 square feet and is about to return to the market at $77.7 million, making it one of the most expensive listings in the city.


Image: Moso Studio

The newly-created triplex spans the 63rd, 64th and 65th floor of the building, which was developed by the Continuum Company and designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox. Also included in the sale are two studio apartments elsewhere in the building and a pair of automated parking spaces in the underground parking lot.


Image: Moso Studio

Thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows, height and location, the penthouse offers spectacular views of the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, and the Hudson and East Rivers. The home’s new buyer can choose between interior design plans by Lee Mindel (a statement staircase connects the floors and sliding panel dividers replace doors for uninterrupted views), Ryan Korban (a monochrome palette is enhanced by a variety of textures) or Thomas Juul-Hansen (timeless materials like marble and wood anchor an “insane” master suite with a spa and a gym)–as described in a recent Architectural Digest feature–or pick a completely new design.

[Via Mansion Global]

[Listing: Fredrik Eklund, John Gomes and Noble Black for Douglas Elliman]

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