Take a look at the highest penthouse in New York

Located on the ninetieth floor, this apartment measuring about 1,000 square meters contains six bedrooms, plenty of open space and a handful of amenities…

If you are a fan of heights, amazing views and panoramas, the apartment we are talking about today, which is located in New York, will definitely delight you, since it is located 280 meters above the ground and has a magnificent terrace. Housed in a building that was a train depot about ten years ago, the Hudson Yards, this penthouse enjoys its amazing location.

David Childs from the architectural firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill designed this skyscraper, which was a challenge in itself - it had to be built on a platform above the old depot, instead of on solid ground. Therefore, the penthouse we are talking about, which sells for $ 59 million, can leave you breathless with the view it offers. Occupying the entire ninetieth floor, it will also offer you the perfect dose of privacy, without neighbours on your left or right. With six bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms, a living room of 100 square meters and a terrace of 45, we can freely say that this apartment will turn your life into a dream.

Its kitchen uses extraordinary materials, accompanied by state-of-the-art appliances, including a full range of Gaggenau kitchen gadgets and Smallbone cabinets, along with opal-white marble kitchen island, work surfaces and kitchen backsplash. In addition to numerous bedrooms and living rooms, the penthouse comes with separate rooms that play the role of a home gym and office.

Tenants can also enjoy all the benefits of the building itself, including a private lodge, cinema, children’s playroom and meeting room. As an added bonus, the apartments are located above the Equinox Hotel, which provides them with 6,000 square feet of fitness space, a SoulCycle studio, as well as an outdoor and indoor pool.

However, in a city where skyscrapers are made almost every day, maybe the opportunity to brag about life at height will be only short-lived!

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