Extell Development, the developer of 157 W. 57th Street, just listed a 6,200 square foot condo for sale at $58,500,000 or $9,400 per square foot.
The four-bedroom four-and-a-half bathroom apartment is on the 87th floor, two blocks from central park.
Amenities include an indoor swimming pool, on-site spa, fitness center, and conference room.
Kyle Blackmon at Compass real estate was given the exclusive listing.
A five-bedroom unit on the 41st floor was listed in Mar. 2018 for $28.5 million, and has not yet sold.
Along with five-bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms and 4,603 square feet, the unit has a 671-square-foot solarium and outdoor terrace along Central Park.
NestSeekers’ Ryan Serhant, who is a reality television star, told Curbed that the unit comes with a 43-foot long great room, a kitchen with custom cabinetry from Smallbone of Devizes and Miele and Sub-Zero appliances.
The estate of former Brazilian healthcare executive Edson de Godoy Bueno listed a 4-bedroom, 6-bathroom unit at One57 last month for $60 million dollars or $9,615 per square feet.
Mr. Bueno purchased the unit through an anonymous company called Lapus NY.
The unit comes with floor-to-ceiling windows and 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline, Central Park, Hudson River, and more.
The same month that he purchased the unit, Mr. Bueno purchased unit 40D at One57 for $3.3 million dollars.
Mr. Bueno passed away from a heart attack in 2017 while playing tennis at his Rio de Janeiro mansion.
At the time, he was actively negotiating with UnitedHealth to sell nine hospitals to them.
In 2012, he sold a 90-percent stake in his company, Amil, which ran hospitals and sold health insurance to UnitedHealth for $4.9 billion dollars, setting United up to become Amil’s largest shareholder.
Mr. Bueno also owned controlling shares in another healthcare company, Dasa, a chain of medical diagnosis labs.
Pedro Bueno, his son, became the Dasa CEO in 2015 — becoming Brazil’s youngest Chief Executive at the time. Mr. Bueno stepped down as CEO in January.
Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll sold his unit at One57 last year for $54 million, taking $1.6 million dollar loss.
Mr. Stroll, a fashion investor with a net worth of $2.7 billion, renovated his unit after purchasing it to include a “hidden ceiling TV” and a “sculpted ceramic wall.” The owner of the Circuit Mont-Tremblant, Mr. Stroll is a collector of vintage Ferraris and McLarens.
Mr. Stroll purchased a vintage Ferrari in 2013 at an auction for $27.5 million, setting a record at the time and owns a $13.5 million condominium in Fisher Island, an area in Miami, which he purchased in 2014.
National News6 days ago
GOP Leader Demands Investigation Into Anti-Semitic Calif. High School Curriculum
National News24 hours ago
From Bill Maher to Gloria Steinem; Celebrities Jump into the Tlaib/Omar Fray Head First
News1 week ago
Deconstructing Where American Media Has Gone Wrong
National News1 week ago
Conspiracy Theories Abound as Jeffrey Epstein is Found Dead in NYC Jail
National News2 weeks ago
AOC Wants Suit Filed Against Her by Dov Hikind Dismissed
New York City News2 days ago
NYPD Union Enraged as Crazed Mob in Bklyn Injure 3 Officers
New York City News1 week ago
NYPD Arrests Suspect in Violent Anti-Semitic Attack
Jewish Features2 weeks ago
G-d Doesn’t Go To Ibiza