Today, the Pierre penthouse—what may well be the most lavish penthouse in all of New York—officially hit the market for $125 million—which is definitely the most lavish asking price in all of New York. It is also a full $55 million more than the penthouse was asking (and not getting) in 2007. But it’s art, you see.
“Because this is a one-of-a-kind penthouse, it was hard to set a price because nothing really compares. I think of it, and I believe the buyer will see it, as a work of art,” Sotheby’s broker Elizabeth Lee Sample told The New York Times, which reported the listing this morning.
Everyone knows that Manhattan’s most expensive apartment is still Martin Zweig’s $70 million penthouse at The Pierre. Of course, it hasn’t moved in quite a while.
Now, a very wealthy buyer can purchase an apartment at The Pierre for half that price. A nine-room apartment has just hit the market at Read More
Inside Martin Zweig’s penthouse.
Once again, Forbes’ Sara Clemence researches extensively to provide a luxury real-estate list. Previous pieces tracked the most expensive zip codes or rentals; this latest one tackles the priciest penthouses in several U.S. cities.
Hedge-funder Martin Zweig’s $70 million penthouse tops the list once again here in Read More