It seems Superior Ink, the toniest condo conversion south of 60th street, isn’t content holding the record for highest downtown property sale. Although the building, a former ink factory, did indeed sell the most expensive downtown unit back in 2010 for $31.5 million, Superior Ink has just set a loftier goal. A full-floor apartment is asking $38.5 million, Curbed reports.
While it’s no 15CPW penthouse, the fourteenth-floor spread seems to have uptown aspirations. With eight bedrooms and 9.5 baths, the apartment could house a small army, a mid-sized Catholic family or, better yet, a sole twenty-something heiress looking for that special downtown place.
According to a listing from Corcoran super-team Robby Browne, Chris Kann and Gregory Sullivan, “The views are intoxicating with every New York City landmark including The Empire State and Chrysler Buildings, The George Washington Bridge, plus the Hudson River.” Hopefully the buyer will be sober enough to sign on the dotted line!
The uber-apartment is a combination of three separate units, and is being sold exclusively as a package deal.
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