Everyone has their dream home and the place they’ve always wanted to live. Whether it’s a small house in the suburbs or a luxury apartment in the city, there is a place you see yourself living or dream to live. For some lucky individuals, it is now possible to live in one of the tallest buildings in the world. For the going price of $18 Million, you can live in the 111 West 57th Street tower in New York City. It will be a tower of luxury and class, offering an oasis for tenants to live.
Although the tower had a few hiccups and obstacles along the way, sales have now begun as it nears completion. The prices for condos are some of the most expensive in the city. To live in the 7,000-square-foot penthouse is priced at $57 million. The prices for the other smaller units, which measure 4,500 square-feet, are beginning at $18 million. Sales have already begun for the tower, but it is clear only a few select people will be able to afford and live in the tower. The units will offer its tenants stunning views from each floor.
The tower stretches 1,428 feet high and will be known as the thinnest skyscraper in the world. The developers of the residence, JDS Development Group, Property Markets Group and Spruce Capital Partners, worked hard to make the new tower as beautiful as possible. They wanted the beautiful views seen from the tower to be just as stunning as the tower itself. The exterior has terra cotta and bronze for a classic design while the units inside will feature white macauba stone floors and 14-foot-high ceilings. In the master bathrooms, residents will find walls and floors finished in veined white onyx.
The amenities do not end with the beautiful interior of the tower. Inside the walls of the tower, residents will quickly learned why pricing begins at $18 million. Tenants lucky enough to live there will have access to a spa with a sauna, steam room, 82-foot lap pool with private cabanas, private dining room, fitness center and so much more. The tower will become the most sought-after real estate in New York City.