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Living room in a New York penthouse with coffered ceiling, wood floor and a view of Central Park

$48 million dollars for 5 bedrooms, 6 baths, and 5600 square feet in the center of New York City with spectacular Central Park views. Did I mention the 2500 square feet of outdoor space too!?! This penthouse is being sold by billionaire and one of Forbes richest people in the world Jon Stryker through realtor Brown Harris Stevens.  Stryker apparently bought the apartment awhile back for almost $13 million.  After some renovations and tweaks by renowned architects Shelton Mindel & Associates, Stryker has now put it on the market for $48 million.

I like this space.  The coffered ceilings, the detailed paneling, the large windows with spectacular city and park views.  I would need to make room in my budget to redecorate but if I had, I would consider spending my millions (dream millions) on this apartment!

Living room in a New York penthouse with detailed paneling, dueling sofas, large windows with a view of Central Park


Living room in a New York penthouse with dueling sofas, a shag rug, large windows with a view of Central Park and coffered ceiling
Home office in a New York City penthouse with modern furniture, dark wood floor, coffered ceiling and built in shelving
Kitchen in a NYC penthouse with dark wood floor, white cabinets with long silver drawer pulls and stainless appliances
Roof top patio of a NYC penthouse
View of Central Park from a New York City penthouse
Floor plan of a New York City penthouse

What do you think of this multi million dollar real estate listing? Would you spend $48 million for this view? Please comment below!

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  1. No. I think it’s amazing but that is so much money, I could never spend that on a place to live. My goodness what are the property taxes on that thing?!?! PS. have you thought about getting comment luv instead of captcha? Just wondering.

  2. It’s incredible and very tastefully decorated, if I had that sort of money then I assume I’d be a billionaire so yes I think I would take it. Otherwise nope… in the real world spending that sort of money on one apartment is just a tad obscene. 😀 Kate

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