Luxurious Duplex Penthouse in the City That Never Sleeps

Today we would like to take you on a trip to the city that never sleeps. This next duplex penthouse is located in the Astor Place Tower, in one of New York City’s primary urban squares at the intersection of Lafayette Street, Astor Place and Fourth Avenue.

Designed by Charles Gwathmey and Robert Siegel, this amazing home is located on the 17th and 18th floors of the building. This astonishing $10 million penthouse hosts three bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen connected to the living room, a library, dressing rooms, a 664 square foot mezzanine and a 538 square foot terrace on the upper floor with panoramic views of the Big Apple.

This 4,411 square foot duplex presents a soft, neutral color palette, huge windows that flood the house in natural light and gorgeous features, such as the fireplace, the hot tub on the terrace and elevator access. This modern house is a first class property that offers wonderful views of the iconic New York buildings.

This chic urban loft has a lot of great features that will allow you to entertain family and friends and also enjoy every day for the rest of your life. Clean lines, luxurious elements, upscale appliances…these are just a few of the things we love about this penthouse. How about you?

Published by in Apartments, on September 8th, 2011


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