Inside the $118.5 million, two-story property also the most expensive apartment in Manhattan


Why buy one suite when you can buy three, correct? No matter how you answer that, Ritz Carlton in New York seems to be proclaiming it. The grand hotel has listed three of its apartments to sell as one sprawling 15,434 square feet space. No wonder then that is the most expensive apartment in Manhattan.

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While the $88 million Central Park West apartment bought by Russian businessman, Dmitri Rybolovlev in 2011 still remains the most expensive property sale in Manhattan, we think, not for long. Housed within the top two floors of the Ritz Carlton in at 10 West Street in Battery Park City, the latest residence to acquire the tag of ‘the most expensive’ is, without a doubt, also as exclusive.

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Put on the market by Million Dollar Listing star Ryan Serhant, the trio of apartments has not been combined yet and boasts three eat-in kitchens.

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What it also boasts is stunning views of the Hudson River, the Statue of Liberty and Governors Island. Take the master bedroom for instance.

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Keeping up with the spectacular vistas is the terrace, with almost 2,200 square feet in space alone.

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Being located on levels 39 and 40 means the apartments come with hotel amenities such as housekeeping and room service.

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While that justifies the $118.5 million price for the property, we’re just as willing to attribute it to the view for this magnificent bath.

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[Via – Daily-Mail]