Generally we think of homes as having the highest prices on the consumer real estate market, but there are many condominium units that will give any home a run for its money. Luxury condos combine the convenience of downtown living with spacious interiors and incredible views. Great condo buildings also offer amenities such as pools, weight rooms, restaurants and more. The following five properties are all in NYC, and they are five of the most expensive condos in all of the United States.
Five of the Most Expensive, Jaw-Dropping Condos in the Country
145 Hudson Street Penthouse
Checking in at just under $50 million, this penthouse unit is the top level of a unique Art Deco building has just shy of 7,500 square feet. As an added bonus over most condo units, there is also 4,500 square feet of exterior space included for the owner. Of course, for nearly $50 million, you should be able to at least get some fresh air, no?
50 Central Park South
At the top of the Ritz Carlton hotel can be found this incredible $50,000,000 condo unit. There are around 4,500 square feet among 8 total rooms and 3.5 baths. The price tag is largely due to the location, having views of Central Park and the iconic skyline of New York City.
1 Central Park South, 8th Floor
This unit is inside what is most commonly known as The Plaza, a legendary New York City hotel. While it will set you back $55 million, you will be rewarded for your investment with tall ceilings and great Central Park views. At over 5,500 square feet, you won’t lack for space in any of the 10 total rooms.
25 East 77th Street Penthouse
Located at the top of the Mark Hotel, this condo stretches out over almost 10,000 square feet. It features incredibly tall 26-foot ceilings and its own private elevator access. High-end shopping and the Metropolitan Museum of Art are just steps from the entrance to this building. For the city dweller that wants it all, this unit might not be able to be topped.
157 West 57th Street
For only $50 million, you can get your own piece of the tallest residential building in NYC. One57 is going to be over 1,000 feet tall when complete, and will offer views all the way into New Jersey and beyond. The unit is over 6,000 square feet with four bedrooms and four bathrooms. There might be other ways to spend $50 million, but none of them will land you such an incredibly cool place to live.