By Lauren Jade Hill
The first of four luxury duplex penthouses within Fifteen Hudson Yards has now come to market. Penthouse 88B lies on floor 88 of the development within one of the building’s four distinctive arcs. Designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Rockwell Group, Fifteen Hudson Yards is the first condominium opportunity to live at Hudson Yards, the largest private real estate development in the United States.
With its vantage point 900 feet up, the new penthouse commands far-reaching views, taking in the Manhattan skyline, Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor and the Hudson River through its 116 linear feet of floor-to-ceiling windows. Wrapped around the southwest corner of the tower, the double-height residence is spread across 5,161 sq ft, comprising four bedrooms and six bathrooms as well as a dining room, library and the penthouse’s Great Room which has a fireplace and 26-ft-high ceiling. A custom Bulthaup kitchen opens out onto a large family room.
A glass staircase with oak treads then leads the way between the sitting with wet bar and the Great Room it overlooks, in addition to the penthouses bedroom suites, which include a spacious master suite with sunset and river views. The penthouse also comes with a private elevator, two utility rooms and its own service entrance.
Fifteen Hudson Yards then encompasses 40,000 sq ft of amenities over three floors for the residents’ use, including the city’s highest residential outdoor space at the top of the building. The 50th floor here is devoted to fitness and wellness facilities, with an aquatics center and 75-ft swimming pool, a fitness center designed by The Wright Fit, a private yoga studio, private spa suites and a beauty bar.
Up on the 51st floor, residents have access to two corner dining suites, plus wine storage and tasting rooms, a lounge with Hudson River views, a club room, screening room, business center, golf club lounge and atelier. 24-hour concierge completes the lifestyle afforded by living here.
Penthouse 88B is on the market for $32m. Find out more by going over to livehudsonyards.com.