For $60,000 a month you can rent the highest penthouse in the Western Hemisphere
The best thing about busy cities is a quite view of its sky-scrapper laced skyline. Although to get that amazing highs, you need to cough up quite a bit of funds. In New York, you only need $60,000 dollars a month to rent out Frank Gehry-designed penthouse. The New York by Gehry skyscraper on Beekman St. in Manhattan is said to be the tallest residential building in the Western hemisphere (read American continent) towing at 870-feet. The building houses three 76th floor penthouses and offer views of iconic monuments including the Woolworth Building, the Statue of Liberty, the Hudson and East rivers and the Manhattan skyline.
While two of these three-bedroom penthouses will set you back by $45,000 a month, the four-bedroom unit costs a massive $720,000 a year ($60,000 per month). The 3,800 square-foot apartments also feature an extra studio unit and state-of-the-art facilities such as a remote controlled lighting system, marble and limestone flooring and walls and a Sub-Zero icemaker. Renting it out will also give you access to amenities on the building including an indoor pool, baby grand piano, personal Pilates rooms, spa suite and grilling terrace.