It’s Free to Look: People Who Live In Glass Houses Must Have $45 M. Lying Around

Here it is, the record-setting Tribeca penthouse. Can it turn a 50% investment?

The Prudential Douglas Elliman listing says it was designed to “provide maxium exposure,” which makes sense since this $45 million Tribeca penthouse is quite literally a giant glass box on top of a building.

The 7,493 square foot property features a 4,500 square foot terrace that wraps around the entire penthouse, 18 foot ceilings, city views in all directions, three working fireplaces, bluestone counters in the eat-in kitchen, 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms.

Oh, right, and floor-to-ceiling windows. But did we have to mention that?

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