Live in Kendall Roy’s luxurious UES penthouse as seen on ‘Succession,’ now for $29M
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Live in Kendall Roy’s luxurious UES penthouse as seen on ‘Succession,’ now for $29M

April 19, 2023

All photos courtesy of Sean Hemmerle

Here is a chance to own Kendall Roy’s luxurious penthouse featured on the latest episode of HBO’s “Succession” for a discounted price of $29,000,000. Located at 180 East 88th Street, the stunning triplex five-bedroom residence is the tallest home north of 72nd Street on the Upper East Side. The penthouse measures 5,508 square feet with 3,501 square feet of exterior terrace space across its three floors. The astounding penthouse first hit the market in September 2022 for $33,000,000 as 6sqft previously reported.

The penthouse is seen in the opening scene of the show’s fourth episode, titled “Honeymoon States,” with Kendall (played by Jeremy Strong) sitting on the home’s living room floor.

A private elevator brings residents up to a unit, while a striking sculptural spiral staircase connects the unit’s three levels. The first floor features two spacious living rooms, one with a gas fireplace and wet bar, as well as a dining area and a large windowed kitchen with a custom design by Molteni & C Dada. The kitchen is centered by a massive island and is equipped with Gaggenau appliances, including two ovens and two dishwashers.

A corner great room has floor-to-ceiling windows, a fireplace, and easy access to a set-back terrace. Additional rooms on this level include a den, a laundry room, and a bedroom. The four additional bedrooms can all be found on the home’s upper level, with the primary suite taking up an entire wing of the floor.

The primary bedroom is fully surrounded by glass, with luxury detailing like radiant floor heating, mosaic tiled walls, marble and oak accents, and views from another private balcony.

The secondary bedrooms both connect to a soaring loggia terrace that offers sweeping views of the surrounding cityscape. Located atop the grand penthouse is an expansive 2,100-square-foot private rooftop terrace with a gas fireplace, dining areas, and views of Central Park.

Designed by Joe McMillan’s DDG, 180 East 88th Street measures 50 stories tall and flaunts a striking facade consisting of laid textured Kolumba brick and concrete arches at its base, midsection, and crown. The building contains a total of 46 luxury residences and amenities across eight floors.

In October 2021, another palatial Manhattan residence seen in “Succession” was listed on the market for $23 million and entered contract last spring. Located on the 29th floor of Downtown Manhattan’s renowned Woolworth Building, the duplex spans 6,711 square feet with 2,770 square feet of exterior space. In “Succession,” the residence served as the home for Kendall Roy’s ex-wife, played by Natalie Gold.

If you want to live like a Roy but for less, availabilities at 180 East 88th Street currently start at $2,995,000.

[Listing details: 180 East 88th Street, Unit PH at CityRealty]


All photos courtesy of Sean Hemmerle

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