There are only 16 penthouses within New York City’s Ritz-Carlton NoMad, and now not one but two units have opened up in the sought-after tower.
Perched 500 feet above Manhattan atop the swanky Rafael Viñoly-designed tower at 25 West 28th Street, a fully furnished apartment on the 42nd floor and another on the 41st floor have just hit the market. Listed for a cool $9 million, PH41D measures 1,848 square feet, while PH42A, which spans 1,750 square feet, is asking for $11 million. Developed by Flag Luxury Group, both homes feature two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. The smaller unit has a bigger price tag because it offers a prime corner position and slightly better views of Hudson Yards, One World Trade, and the Statue of Liberty, but other than that, the turnkey apartments are virtually the same.
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“This is genuinely one of the sost unique residential opportunities in N.Y.C.,” notes the listing, which is held by Lauren Mitinas-Kelly of Serhant. If you’re stacking the two abodes up against each other, both sport soaring 10-foot ceilings, white oak flooring, decorative millwork, and Poliform kitchens that are equipped with white quartzite islands and bronzed glass cabinets with LED lighting. There’s also a slew of top-of-the-line appliances from Miele, including double ovens, an induction stove, and a wine fridge.
Elsewhere, the stately bathrooms are decked out with glossy Bardiglio Nuvolato marble floors and walls, freestanding Duravit soaking tubs, stylish Dornbracht fixtures, and custom-carved Terrazzo sinks. Plus, you’ll find a separate rainfall shower with frameless, acid-etched glass. Considering the 44-story tower is part hotel, owners can stay for up to 120 nights per year and opt to have their lavish apartments managed by The Ritz-Carlton while they’re away. Naturally, the pad has an owner’s closet for storage, an in-unit stacked washer and dryer, and a Lutron panel for automatic lighting and drapery controls.
Of course, residents of The Ritz-Carlton NoMad can take advantage of the building’s array of five-star amenities. Some of the most notable perks include a state-of-the-art spa with steam rooms and saunas, a 24/7 fitness center, a luxe rooftop bar, and two restaurants from World Central Kitchen founder José Andrés, Zaytinya and The Bazaar. Even better for hungry residents with a gastronimic bent, the Michelin-starred chef is also at the helm of the in-room dining menu.
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