A triplex penthouse at Madison Square Park Tower, the tallest residential building between Midtown and Lower Manhattan, is about to hit the market for $77.7 million, making it one of the largest available homes in downtown history.
The triplex is comprised of more than 15,000 SF of living space spread over three floors, including two separate studio apartments for staff, office or storage, and two fully automated parking spaces in the building’s underground parking garage. The residence will be delivered raw so the buyer can customize the space exactly to his or her liking, or the buyer can choose to have the opportunity to incorporate interior concepts from three of the industry’s most-lauded designers: Lee Mindel, Ryan Korban and Thomas Jul-Hansen, who have each conceptualized the space to illustrate its versatility and endless design possibilities.
Perched 777’ above the Flatiron District, the penthouse is located on the 63rd, 64th and 65th floors of the 65-story building, and features floor-to-ceiling views that stretch from the East River to the Hudson, along with vistas of the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building and Clocktower, among other iconic landmarks.
The buyer will also have access to the building’s five floors of amenities designed by the preeminent London-based hospitality designer, Martin Brudnizki, which include a bi-level library, fitness center with yoga and private training studios, basketball half court, and a private club-like lounge, among other shared spaces.
Fredrik Eklund, John Gomes and Noble Black of Douglas Elliman are the listing brokers for the property.
Renderings via MOSO Studio
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