Property Of The Week: Downtown Manhattan Penthouse.

This full-floor penthouse on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue will hit the market at $24 million. Designed by renowned Uruguayan architect Rafael Viñoly, 277 Fifth Ave. It is the tallest residential building—at 663 feet—in the downtown neighborhood known as NoMad, for North of Madison Square Park. 

Interesting typology of open space and terracing that has not been seriously explored before

The penthouse, situated on the building’s 54th floor, is a 4,520-square-foot, four bedroom, four-and-a-half bath property that occupies the entire floor.

The space has a tall north-facing loggia with a spa on its 75-foot outdoor exterior, a windowed eat-in kitchen, and panoramic views of the city from each cardinal direction.

The large windows give you unparalleled views of NY.

There are two full-floor penthouses in the building but Penthouse 54 is the only one for sale. 

The windowed eat-in kitchen
The living room is the focal point of the house with its large space and windows which let in a lot of natural light.


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