When the architect Richard Meier built his third residential skyscraper in New York overlooking the Hudson River, he had thrilled everyone...
His first two buildings with fifteen floors were completed in 2002, with plenty of praise. However, when we talk about the residential complex nearby Charles Street, Meyer designed the building and the interior of its 33 apartments. Among the details that we have seen, majority of them have the most elegant white kitchen, quality wooden floors and views of Manhattan, about which we can dream.
Penthouse at this address then has cost 20.6 million dollars and was often published in magazines that deal with interior design and aesthetics, and the publisher Louise T. Blouin MacBain, who was then looking for an elegant space that would be a nice fit with her art collection, bought this apartment. In 2005, after buying an apartment, she said that for her this was a magical space, close to the stars, the sun and clouds.
Now, MacBain again aims for the stars, because she wants to buy herself a new apartment. New York penthouse, which was to her something like a magical realm, was put on sale at a price of $ 40 million. This penthouse measured about 500 m2 area, it has an open living room / dining room, offering a dramatic views through floor-to-ceiling windows with double height.
The penthouse opens to a huge terrace, which embraces all the edges of the flat. If you set off up the glass staircase, on the second level you will come across a corner master suite and bath, which offer an even better view of the city. On the lower level there are three bedrooms with private bathrooms.
Among the numerous benefits that this building offers, apartment owners will be able to enjoy the large swimming pool, fitness center and a private wine cellar that comes with each residential unit. Now it becomes clear what kind of magic MacBain saw in this area.