Well, everyone in the whole wide world knows this place and a lot of things come to mind upon hearing ‘New York City’. The Statue of Liberty, Times Square, The Empire State Building and a whole lot more.
Being described as the cultural capital of the world and the most populated city in the United States, it’s become a really expensive city to live in but if money is no object then there is a Penthouse that might be of interest to you. In fact this is the most expensive penthouse in the city and one of the most expensive in the entire world.
With an asking price of $100 million, this penthouse is located a the top of the CitySpire building, overlooking Central Park.
This luxurious property occupies the 73rd, 74th and 75th floors of the high rise building making up approximately 8000 square feet.
With its great interiors and carefully master-planned finish, the property boasts a total of six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a media room, a dining room that can accommodate 20 individuals, a gallery and a conference room.
And of course you would want your master suite to occupy an entire floor right? Well the entire 75th floor is dedicated to the master’s suite. How incredible is that!?
You will also have access to your own private internal elevator that moves between your property’s three levels in addition to the main one.
If you’re feel tired and stressed after a long day ‘living the dream’, you can just go down one level to the 72nd floor because there is an additional staff apartment alongside a wine cellar that can house 1,000 bottles.
The tower, by the way, includes a fitness center with a 50-foot pool, a 24-hour doorman and a garage.
Buying a property is not just all about the number of bedrooms, the interior, the amenities etc because sometimes it all boils down to one aspect – how good is the view?
Well, you can’t really beat this because your view would be of the entire Manhattan island. How epic is that?!
Well, if you have the money and you would like to experience and own the best things this life has to offer, why not consider owning this piece of NYC?
Remember, we only live once in this world so we should get the most out of it.
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Do you love Monaco? Who doesn’t right, it’s a pretty awesome place. Well imagine this a yacht based on the streets of Monaco.
The staggering 155m Streets of Monaco yacht is expected to cost over $1.1 billion to build and is modelled on a section of Monte Carlo, Monaco.
A LAVISH new yacht recreating the billionaire’s playground of Monaco is set to become the world’s most expensive yacht.
Currently in the design stage, the super-ship will feature smaller versions of the state’s famous landmarks such as the Monte Carlo Casino and racetrack, as well as swimming pools, tennis courts, a cinema, a go kart track and a Hotel de Paris.
Instead of traditional decks the one-of-a-kind ship will have buildings, and instead of a swimming platform it will have a beach.
Travellers will also spot waterfalls, a swim-in Jacuzzi-bar, helicopters and submarines on board.
The one-of a kind ship could be home to 16 guests and 70 crew with the main apartment spread over three floors and 445 sq m.
Linking upper and lower living areas is the Atrium – featuring seven guest suites, a bathroom, bedroom, dressing room, reception and balcony.
The idea for the super-boat, designed by Yacht Island Design, was sparked by car racing and developed into something more innovative.
“It is basically a floating city,” company director Rob McPherson said.
“The design theme called for a unique yacht that reflected the style and sophistication of the principality.
“We want to create a truly unique environment that could take the principality of Monaco to the ocean.”
The ship will exceed the $1 billion price tag reportedly paid by Roman Abramovich for his Eclipse yacht.
A second creation by Yacht Island Design will be a smaller 85-metre yacht based on a Pacific Island theme.
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