Yet another high, high-end listing has made its debut on the market in what appears to have become a mad scramble to satisfy demand for big-dollar domiciles.
Now, for $27 million, you can have a 53rd-floor condo at 101 West 67th Street that’s as high up as it is high end.
“Gorgeous, unobstructed panoramic views of Central park, the Hudson River, the East river and southern views,” the listing, held by Sotheby’s brokers Eva Mohr and Serena Boardman gushes. And there are large bay windows everywhere. The buyer will also have the pleasure of watching One57 rising ten blocks to the south.
The spread also has a library and an “enormous walk-in master closet,” but the only time you can see the apartment is on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 to 3 p.m.
Apparently owner art financier Eyal Levy, doesn’t want any unwelcome guests. Just $27 million, please.