The Elite & Iconic Zaha Hadid Manhattan Penthouse Costs $50M

Jun 24, 2019

Category: Living

The pinnacle of architecture on Chelsea’s 28th building is a living space that is the epitome of luxury. Take a look inside the Manhattan Penthouse by Zaha Hadid and you’ll witness a masterwork of lavish design. And if you have deep enough pockets, the condo can be yours.

Combining two penthouses for a total of 11,121 square feet of living space that spans three stories, the work of the iconic Hadid is a dream home for any bachelor. The penthouse includes seven bedrooms, kitchens by Boffi with Gaggenau appliances, and a 1,900-square foot Great Room with walls of glass for breathtaking views of New York City, including the Empire State Building. Featuring Hadid’s signature curve design flourishes, including a spiral staircase and sculpted kitchen island, the penthouse is a visual pleasure. The building itself features a swimming pool, wellness center, and New York City’s first private IMAX theater. This Hadid masterpiece will set you back $48,750,000.

Purchase: $48,750,000

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