Penthouses at 35 Hudson Yards Listed at $59 Million Each

Condos continue recent trend in record-breaking asking prices in the neighborhood

View of downtown from 35 Hudson Yards PH1
View of downtown from 35 Hudson Yards #PH1 courtesy of Corcoran

(NEW YORK, NY)— Two penthouses at 35 Hudson Yards have been listed for a whopping $59 million each. The Wall Street Journal reports that this pricing puts the pair among the most expensive condos ever sold south of 42nd Street, including the record-holding $80 million penthouse Jeff Bezos bought near Madison Square. 35 Hudson Yards has been marketed as the most high-end of the luxury apartments in the ritzy new Hudson Yards complex.

The penthouses will occupy the top two floors of the 92 story complex, at a dizzying 1,009 feet. Beneficiaries of the controversial Hudson Yards tax break, the penthouse owners will pay a shockingly low $549 per month in taxes in addition to $29,569 monthly common charges. Each penthouse features 360-degree views including an unobstructed view of the Hudson River, and, for those who aren’t afraid of heights, private terrace access. 6Sqft reports that seven-bedroom, 91st floor unit is 10,171 square feet and the six-bedroom, 92nd floor unit is 9,886 square feet. The floorplan for PH91 shows that bedroom each also has its own full bathroom, and the apartment boasts a living room, dining room, and media room as well as an in-unit fitness room and a utilities room with in-unit washer and dryer.

35 Hudson Yards was designed by starchitect David Childs with interiors by AD100’s Tony Igrao. In addition to a private fitness center, building amenities also include access to SoulCycle and Equinox, whose flagship hotel occupies the first 53 stories of 35 Hudson Yards. Both fitness companies have come under fire this year for ties to billionaire investor and real estate developer Stephen Ross, who has enthusiastically raised funds in support of President Trump. Sherry Tobak, a spokesperson for the development, told The Wall Street Journal that there were no concerns that these affiliations would affect sales in the building.

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