You can live in this 78th floor penthouse that defines Manhattan luxury for $32.5M

NYC Luxury Real Estate Market Slows
NYC Luxury Real Estate Market Slows

Located in Tribeca in Manhattan, 30 Park Place is perhaps one of the most luxurious buildings in all of downtown Manhattan. Created by renowned designer Robert A.M. Stern, the Silverstein Properties building is unlike anything you've ever seen before, including a 75-foot swimming pool and private dining room.

To put it in perspective, $3.65M will get you a little over 1,000 square feet.

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It comes as no surprise then that the listings for each condo (especially the penthouses) have been widely anticipated—though the building launched sales two years ago, not all units have made it to market yet.

But now, a duplex penthouse on the 78th floor has just been listed. And at $32M, it's currently the building's most expensive unit.

The apartment's 6,127 square feet are divided in to 5 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. Panoramic views of the city can be seen from the giant windows, including the Double Height Loggia that spans over 400 square feet. Other key features include a library, wet bar and a powder room.

If you're still feeling underwhelmed, fear not: there's always the option to combine this penthouse with a separate one on the same floor, which is currently going for $29.5M.

And if that still isn't enough for you, three more full-floor penthouses are still in the process of being listed, and they're expected to be just as grand, if not grander.

Finding a building in a prime location with units that offer enough space, solid views and amenities is nearly impossible, especially in a city where compromise is almost always necessary. But we guess that would explain the price tag.

Take a look at the penthouse and building below:

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