What would you do if you had $79 million to spend? We’d buy The Pinnacle Penthouse at 2 Park Place, one of Manhattan’s most exclusive residential buildings. It’s a home truly unlike any other as it sits 727 feet in the air, takes up 5 whole floors, and spans almost 10,000 square feet. Let’s take a peek, shall we?
Extraordinary Homes: 2 Park Place, Pinnacle Penthouse
Not only is this home seriously unique, but it’s also historic. It’s located within The Woolworth building which was at one point the world’s tallest skyscraper when it was built in 1913. Today the upper portion of the building has been reimagined with 32 luxury condominiums featuring interiors by world-renowned architect Thierry W. Despont.
To make things even more interesting – with this property, the buyer has the ability to customize much of it with the architect. That’s because there are actually two different floor plans for the property as well as the option to acquire another level. That means, bedrooms, bathrooms, all that jazz is up in the air. But we do know that you have a guaranteed private 408 square foot observatory terrace, 125 windows, 24-foot ceilings, and an in-residence private elevator at the very least. Oh, the options you have when you have endless cash flow!
Beyond the blank canvas of a home, you’re probably wondering what else the prospective buyer gets to enjoy. It turns out the Woolworth building has a whole bunch of amenities that you would expect an $80 million home to have. Those amenities include the Gilbert Lounge, Woolworth Pool, fitness studio, wine cellar and tasting room, bike room, and resident-only lobby.
Not to mention the building is surrounded by world-class restaurants, hotels, and shopping. It’s pretty much the epitome of luxury.
If you want to see more of it you can click here. And this should go without saying but if you somehow become the new owner, we are definitely requesting a tour.