$59M Penthouse at Hudson Yards Tower Is the Week’s Most Expensive Listing


A luxurious penthouse in the tallest residential building in New York City’s Hudson Yards has landed on the market for $59 million. It also earns the title of this week’s most expensive new listing on realtor.com®.

Hudson Yards is the massive redevelopment project along the Hudson River and West Side Highway. It’s a mixed-use district of housing, office space, retail shops, and parks. It features a spiral staircase called the Vessel, an interactive artwork by designer Thomas Heatherwick.

The limestone and glass tower was designed by David Childs of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, with interiors designed by Tony Ingrao. The residences, which begin on the 53rd floor, sit atop an Equinox hotel and gym, indoor and outdoor pools, a Soul Cycle studio, and restaurants. The hotel is currently open, and residential occupancy is scheduled to begin this summer.

Residents of the 143-unit building will receive their own private amenities, including a fitness center, meditation room, children’s playroom, screening room, golf simulator, and a private terrace.


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As for this full-floor condo on the 90th floor, it’s still under construction. When it’s finished, the five-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom unit will include Hudson River and city views, and 10,171 square feet of living space. The images of the unit seen below are renderings.

Terrace and living room

Courtesy of Related-Oxford

Tallest residential tower in Hudson Yards


Lobby with tapestry by Swedish artist Helena Hernmarck


The layout will feature a private elevator that opens to an entry foyer, which leads to a corner great room with a 14-foot ceiling and French oak floors. 

Adjacent to the dining room is a 454-square-foot terrace. The eat-in kitchen is equipped with Gaggenau appliances and features a marble island, counters, and backsplash. 

The corner master suite has a dressing room and wet bar, as well as dual master baths.

In addition, there’s a fitness room, media room, and in-unit laundry (true heaven for many New Yorkers). The new neighborhood features access to the High Line.

Stephen Ross, the CEO of Related, the building’s developer, purchased a top-floor penthouse last fall for his personal use. In doing so, Ross left a vacancy at the Time Warner Center. He put up that Central Park condo for sale for $75 million, which made our most expensive home list last year.

35 Hudson Yards is represented by Corcoran Sunshine—New Development.

The Vessel

Lawrence Schadt

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