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    Hunter

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    WOW!! Lots of money, but unreal views and you feel like you live on top of the world!! How cool!!
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      Kenny Forder

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      Yes, AMAZING views, but for that money it should be twice the size and have a rooftop/indoor swimming pool ;-)
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        Hunter

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        Yeah for sure. I wouldn’t shell out 100 million for it. Need at least 20,000 sq feet, pool and rooftop terrace/garden. Heck, for 100 million I’d rather buy a huge estate somewhere.
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          Kenny Forder

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          Just think, you could probably buy both Mohamed Hadid’s Le Palais in Beverly Hills, CA and the Stone Mansion in Alpine, NJ for $100 million. (listed at $114 together, but could most definitely negotiate it down so it would equal $100 million or less) =P So an East Coast mega mansion AND a West Coast mega mansion….instead of this mediocre penthouse LOL
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            Eric

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            I agree, I don’t see how someone could enjoy living in a building with lots of other people every day and call it a home, especially with a 100,000,000$ price tag.
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            Chris

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            I agree too. I’d rather have 2 mega mansions instead of 1 penthouse.
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    Daniel

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    Wow. $100 million is a lot, but owning this penthouse would be pretty awesome. I’m surprised that Juan Pablo Molyneux designed it; it looks so boring and stale, something Molyneux is DEFINITELY not known for. I think a contemporary design scheme would work better with this considering the relatively odd layout. Something along the lines of Peter Marino or Candy & Candy. Something Art Deco. On a side note, does anyone else find the excuse of him wanting to move a little suspicious. Can’t they install taller railings or something?
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      lambskin

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      Plus it would rule out any buyer with kids…
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    John L.

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    It sure is a snoozer for $100 million.
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    Dr. Nicholas Hinkle

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    This is my dream New York City apartment, after renovations. The views are phenomenal and a 3 floor penthouse residence in New York City is almost unheard of. The interior structure and building screams for it to become an ultra-modern, highly technological, bright palace in the sky. The ceiling fixtures draped in crystal. Ultra-plush, luxuriously fabric covered sofas and crystal and transparent furnishing. This apartment could be amazing. I think i’ll start my hedge-fund right now.
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    rob

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    I think it is great. This is a guy who lived his dream. What a cool place to hang out.
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    NOVA Ben

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    I think I view this more as incredible potential than incredible as-is. I have to agree with Daniel, a contemporary/art deco design aesthetic would be perfect for this kind of penthouse. Unfortunately, that’s millions and millions of dollars’-worth of renovation on top of the already-stratospheric price. Still, though, impressive property for sure.
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    Chris

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    Impressive for sure.
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    lambskin

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    Having worked in highrises, getting home to the 76 floor-or out will take a long time. Gotta love that elevator music…
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    James

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    I wouldnt live in it but i do think its cool how they made the living areas flow with the odd shape of the building :)
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