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The 10 Most Expensive Luxury Penthouses

By on January 12, 2015

#5: 432 Park Avenue, New York, USA – $95 million

About half a mile from One57 (a previous entry on this list), lies 432 Park Avenue, which boasts an even more impressive penthouse.

Perhaps 432 Park’s greatest claim to fame is that it is the tallest building in all of New York City (measured by roof height; not taking antennas into account), climbing an insane 1,396 feet into the city air.

In fact, 432 Park Avenue is the third-tallest building in the entire United States when measuring by roof height.

And guess what? The penthouse in the tallest skyscraper in all of New York City can be your home for a cool $95 million.

Early reports suggest the views might be decent.

In addition to scraping the Earth’s atmosphere, the penthouse at 432 Park has 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, a library, a wine cellar, a large indoor swimming pool, a spa, a fitness center, and huge glass windows to enjoy what has to be the best view of any residence in the entire world.

 

 

#4: CitySpire Penthouse, New York, USA – $100 million

With the CitySpire Penthouse in New York City, we’ve officially reached the rarified air of the $100 million dollars and up penthouse club. I, for one, wish I was part of that.

This luxurious penthouse takes up the 73rd, 74th, and 75th floors of the CitySpire building in New York, which is the second-tallest concrete building in the world, at 814 feet.

The CitySpire penthouse has 6 bedrooms and 9 baths, and remarkably, the entire 75th floor is occupied by one thing – the posh master bedroom.

The unit also features luxurious marble floors and fine wood finishes, complementing its many rooms, which include a conference room, enormous dining room, and a media room.

If three floors aren’t enough for you, the 72nd floor at the CitySpire can also function as an additional living area for your staff – which you’ll obviously need to maintain this 3-story masterpiece.

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