The 3 Most Expensive Apartments in New York

Glitz, glamor, views of Central Park and piles of Tiffany and Co. diamonds are only a dream for some of us, but for others it’s a reality.

#1. One57 Penthouse

The 89th and 90th floors of the One57 building on 57th street is the location of one of the most stunning apartments in New York, and one of the most expensive. Selling to an unknown buyer in May 2012 for a whopping $90 million, this amazing penthouse includes 23-foot ceilings, rosewood flooring, panoramic views of the city, Italian marble and custom hardware and light fixtures and personal service courtesy of the Park Hyatt.


#2. Apartment 35AB, 15 Central Park West 

Formerly 2 separate apartments, architect Vatche Simonian worked his magic and reconfigured it as one. Listed for $85 million, or $125,000 a month in rent if you prefer. Decked out with 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms and 2 half bathrooms, a library and dining room this apartment is definitely on the impressive side. Oh and did we mention the views? They’re pretty incredible.

apartment 35ab, 15 central park west

#3. 15 Central Park West Penthouse

Owned by 22 year old Russian fertilizer heiress, Ekaterina Rybolovlevan the penthouse of 15 Central Park West went for $88 million dollars, setting the record for the highest individual transaction back in 2011. Boasting enviable views of Central Park, the apartment also boasts it’s own gallery – just what every 22 year old needs.

15 central park west penthouse


By G+ Author: Victoria Granden.

Victoria Granden

I enjoy blogging about real estate tips and tricks in my free time.