Another day, another opulent penthouse sold to an unknown entity.
This sprawling 6,515-square-foot condo is located on the 22nd floor of Steve Witkoff’s 10 Madison Square West, and the sleek apartment has been snatched up for a tad under the $35 million listing price.
MSWPH LLC paid $33.09 million for this penthouse—we don’t know too much about the actual humans behind the limited liability company, but we do know about the luxe interiors of their new full-floor purchase.
The five-bedroom, 6.5-bath aerie is the result of Witkoff’s two-unit combo on the floor—after the penthouse one floor above went into contract nearly immediately after it was presented, the developer decided to create a similar layout one floor below.
There’s private elevator access, of course, and the home is bedecked with wide plank white oak flooring, 12-foot beamed ceilings, and no less than three terraces that come to a grand total of 1,700 square feet.
The penthouse also features a formal entry gallery and a 1,360-square-foot great room complete with a fireplace and Madison Square Park views, which one can observe from the floor-to-ceiling windows.
The library has a wet bar, while the butler’s pantry has a walk-in wine closet—all the necessities, obviously. Alan Wanzenberg designed the interiors, which includes Bianco Carrera marble countertops and backsplash in the kitchen, according to the listing shared by Douglas Elliman brokers Kirk Rundhaug, Darren Sukenik and Holly Parker.
We’re hoping that the buyer is someone who actually plans on, you know, living in the penthouse and not just buying a very expensive crash pad—it would a shame to let the much-hyped 360-degree views go to waste…