This lavish penthouse encompasses the entire top floor of 210 Lafayette Street in Manhattan, New York, NY. The building was developed as a boutique luxury condominium in 2004 by Andres Balazs and architect Richard Gluckman. It is currently configured as two connected apartments with a total of 5 bedrooms and 4 full baths plus an additional two half baths. It is a blank canvas with 12′ ceilings throughout and is ready for you to put your mark on it. It features 4,400 square feet of living space with an additional 4,000 square feet of terraces. There are two living rooms, dining rooms and kitchens. There are also two staircases leading to the rooftop terrace that boasts fantastic 360 degree views of Lower Manhattan and the Hudson River. Two additional, smaller terraces are located off the main living areas. It is listed at $18,800,000. I personally would want to make it into one apartment. I would change the living room on the left to a library and add in built-in bookshelves. I would also take out the 2nd kitchen/dining room area and make that into a media room!

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  • Grrrowler

    I agree Kenny: I would want to make this one large apartment. I’d probably want to gut the entire thing and start again, and for almost $19 million I’d prefer to have something that didn’t require major surgery. The location is excellent, I love the terraces, and the views are pretty great as well. The $9,000/month in maintenance fees is not atypical for NYC, but ouch.




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  • Daniel

    Nice view.




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  • rob

    Really nice and seems reasonable. Not some 120 million dollar ego trip. Love the views and the size and GGGRRRRRROOOOOOOWWWWWWWLLLLLLLLLLLLLLEEEEEEEERRRRRRRRRRR Says the location is great. If I was going to spend this kind of money, I would like to personalize it. Overall I think a great apartment.




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  • C

    You need to bring on affiliate writers to also write




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  • lambskin

    How hard would it be to build something fab on the roof? Would it even be possible?




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  • WrteStufLA

    Isn’t this owned by NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s ex-wife? If so, it’s been on-and-off the market for years. Awesome location.




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  • Chris

    The roof terrace is nice.




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  • CL

    This place smell awful. I toured it… it smells like there are dead rats n the walls. Way overpriced.




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