A sprawling Fidi penthouse on the towering 50 West is back on the market for $36.6 million, down from the next $45 million asking price earlier this year.
The five-bedroom, 6½-bathroom full-floor unfold boasts panoramic views of the town skyline and the Statue of Liberty, and comes with a personal elevator touchdown with two entrances.
The first entrance opens to a proper lobby that results in an leisure space and the first nook bed room. The second heads to the personal sleeping quarters, a household room and the chef’s kitchen.
At 7,137 sq. toes, the house comes with 70 linear toes of floor-to-ceiling curved curtain-wall home windows, a fire, a proper eating space and a house office.
The principal bed room suite in a separate nook wing options views of the Hudson River and the World Trade Center. It additionally boasts two dressing rooms and double ensuite baths with radiant heated flooring, showers and soaking tubs.
The kitchen, in the meantime, comes designed by starchitect/inside designer Thomas Juul-Hansen (who designed One57’s interiors) with dark-stained walnut cabinetry and a butler’s pantry.
The glass tower, developed by Time Equities, is 786 toes tall with 186 models. Indoor and outside facilities take up greater than 30,000 sq. toes. They embody an “Observatory” with two grills, in addition to a 60-foot lap pool, a sauna, a steam room and a scorching tub.