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The Top 3 Most Expensive Condos For Sale in New York City

Tara Blair Ball

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New York is known for its prime real estate. The three condos that made it onto this list have amazing views of the city, decadent furnishings and high-quality finishes. Topping out at 85 million, these properties would also require to you to have so much money you don't even know what to do with: with the unemployment rates at 6% in March 2021, isn't that the dream?

1. 635 W 42nd St Unit 45THFLOOR-$85,000,000

Boasting 10 bedrooms and 10 and a half baths in a 15,000 square feet, this condo is more like a mansion in the sky. Even the bathroom has floor-to-ceiling windows. A roof pool. Driving range. Tennis courts. A fitness. A movie room.

You also can't ignore the extras that come with this house.

That $85,000,000 price tag comes with a "2 million dollar construction credit, a 1 million dollar Yacht with docking fees for 5 years as well as two Rolls Royce Phantoms (1 convertible,1 hardtop), a Lamborghini Aventador Roadster , Dinner for 2 weekly at Daniel Bolud's Resteraunt Daniel for 1 year, Courtside season tickets to the Brooklyn Nets for a year, A Hamptons mansion rental for a Summer, live in butler services for 1 year as well as private chef."

Essentially, you're getting an amazing home with a yacht, three cars, a regular date night outing, season tickets, a summer vacation rental, and a private butler and chef?!? Oh, and did I mention it also comes with FREE daily breakfast?!?

2. 432 Park Ave Unit 82FL-$79,000,000

This 8000 square foot unit has 5 bedrooms and 6 and a half baths. While this unit doesn't come with a yacht, cars, and private servants, the property does have a pool, sauna, massage rooms, billards room, fitness center, and yoga studio.

The panoramic views of the city are also breathtaking, but when I saw the drip chandelier over the piano room, I gasped. This unit would be like living in an art museum.

3. 2 Park Pl Unit Pinnacle-$79,000,000

At 9,680 square foot, this condo is a studio. But it's a studio unlike I've ever seen. The ceilings are 24 feet tall and 5 stories tall. The spiral staircase that descends into the library, but also all of the bookshelves. I can see this home being owned by a debonair bookworm. The lavish open concept, the soaring ceilings...this is a condo to remember.

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