Dining Room

LOCATION: 157 W 57th Street PH 77, New York, New York


BEDROOMS & BATHROOMS: 4 bedrooms & 5 bathrooms

PRICE: $49,000,000

This penthouse apartment is located atop the One57 building located at 157 W 57th Street in New York, New York.

It features approximately 6,240 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms, 4 full and 1 half bathrooms, open concept living & dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room and more.

It is listed at $49,000,000.


  • horselips

    The listing has a pic of an indoor swimming pool not shown on the floor plans. If it’s a private pool for this crummy apartment, great, if it’s a community pool feel free to pee in it.

    If this is “luxury living at its finest” you can have it. There’s nothing here to see – you get a great big living/dining room, an eat-in kitchen, and you’re done. Nowhere else to go. The rest is bedrooms. For Forty-Effing-nine Million bucks shouldn’t there be even a few specialty rooms? Like a dedicated home office, or family room, or a billiards or game room, or a home theater, or an exercise/gym? Heck, there’s not even a wet bar to entertain guests, not even a morning kitchen in the master bedroom. Not even a single fireplace to cuddle in front of on a chilly winter evening. These are embellishments commonly found in garden-variety tract houses selling in the low 6 figures. They should be standard equipment in any ‘luxury’ offering.
    There appears to be no outdoor facilities at all. No patio, no balcony, no place for even a BBQ. Forget ever getting a breath of fresh air, or enjoying the gentle breeze of a summer evening.
    This isn’t living, it’s just existing. This isn’t a home, it’s a jail. Much more a nightmare than ‘living the dream.’


    • Pierre

      I agree. Even architecturally speaking, there’s nothing really going on. The Bangkok penthouse posted recently was so much more interesting.

      To answer your question: yes, the swimming pool is definitely communal. So, theoretically, one would have to share it with the 91 other families living in the building.