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10 Of The Most Expensive Apartments From Around The World

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Most Expensive Apartments From Around The World

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While realestate housing prices across the United States and the World in general are still well below pre-crisis peaks with most people weighng the options between buy and rent, the very top of the Manhattan, Dubai and Other wellknown cities home market continues to shatter price records. With most real estate apartments for rent in the millions per month and apartments to buy as high as $4oomillion.

 10. 56 Leonard – New York City – Penthouse: $47 million

At 56 Leonard Street, the architects’ intention is to preserve the celebratory spirit of traditional skyscrapers while introducing new structural possibilities and suggesting fresh ways for people inside such towers to relate to their city.

Copyright Herzog & de Meuron, Basel

Homes available at 56 Leonard Street ranges in size from 1,430 square feet to 6,380 square feet, and includes two- to five-bedroom residences and 10 penthouses.

Copyright Herzog & de Meuron, Basel

Prices for the residences at 56 Leonard Street range from $4.5 million to $48 million.

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9.Clermont Residence, Singapore – Penthouse: $47 million

Clermont Residence is perched atop the 951-foot-high Tanjong Pagar Centre, Singapore’s tallest building. Skidmore, Owings and Merrill designed the building, which is due for completion in 2016. There will be 180 apartments, including the 14,500-square-foot penthouse with its own private elevator.

Residents of the Peck Seah Street building will be able to step out into Singapore’s prestigious Central Business District. The project is being run by Guocoland, the developer owned by Malaysian billionaire Quek Leng Chan.

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8. Opus Apartment Hong Kong’s – Penthouse: $66 million

Opus Hong Kong building got reportedly purchased by a buyer for staggering $61 million, to become the priciest condominium in the city known for its sky-high prices. $61 million for 6,200 square feet apartment turns out to be the highest price per square foot ever paid in Asia.

Opus as an architectural masterpiece also stands out the relative vastness of its units. The entire building is made up of 12 units, each comprising of a floor with a unique layout, ranging from 6,000 to 9,000 square feet.

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7. South Bank Tower Penthouse London – Penthouse: $90 million

A new penthouse in the sky in central London. Luxury fittings and sculptures accent a minimal space that celebrates architectural integrity while providing breathtaking views of the city. High-end fit out includes bespoke Italian stone flooring, 24-karat gold chandeliers, a curved kitchen, and a feature champagne bar.

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6. 432 Park Avenue, New York – Penthouse: $95 million

432 Park Avenue, located between 56th and 57th street, is the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere. Designed by Rafael Vinoly, the tower boasts 104 luxury condominium complexes (starting at 356 feet from the ground), 10-foot-by-10-foot windows, private elevator landings, heated bathroom floors and the option to purchase a climate-controlled wine cellar ($320,000).

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5. CitySpire Penthouse, New York – Penthouse: $100 million

The 8,000-square-foot octagonal unit, located at 150 West 56th Street, has six bedrooms and nine bathrooms spread across the 73rd, 74th and 75th floors, and comes with 3,000 square feet of wraparound terrace space.

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4. One57, New York – Penthouse: $115 million

One57, formerly known as Carnegie 57, is a 75-story skyscraper at 157 West 57th Street in the Midtown neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City.

Rising 1,004 feet over Midtown Manhattan on 57th Street, this development is the tallest residential building in New York. Developed by Gary Barnett’s Extell, it claims to be a vertical billionaire’s row. There are 95 condos with amenities that include a yoga studio, an arts-and-crafts atelier room and a pet grooming room.

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3. Pierre Hotel penthouse, New York – Penthouse: $125 million

The Pierre is a luxury hotel located at 2 East 61st Street at the intersection of Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, New York City, facing Central Park. Sitting 41 stories above the Pierre Hotel, the co-op penthouse spans 12,000 square feet stretched across three floors. It boasts  five bedrooms, six full baths, staff quarters, five fireplaces, four terraces (including two off the master suite), a grand marble staircase, a private interior elevator, and sweeping 360-degree views of Central Park and the surrounding city.

The spread, formerly home to the hotel’s Pierre Roof restaurant, also touts a 3,500-square foot grand salon, once used as a ballroom.

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2. One Hyde Park, London – Penthouse: $227 million

One Hyde Park is a major residential and retail complex located in Knightsbridge, London. The development includes three retail units totalling 385,000 sq ft and 86 residential properties marketed with prices starting at around £20 million

It boasts a staggering 25,000-square feet, bullet proof glass and 24-hour hotel concierge service. Boasts five bedrooms, five bathrooms and five reception rooms as well as panoramic views across the capital

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1. Odeon Tower Monaco’s – Penthouse: $400 million

Odeon Tower Sky Penthouse in Monaco is potentially one of the most expensive luxury homes in the world. Sitting atop the second tallest building on Europe’s Mediterranean coastline, the 35,500 sq. ft. five-storey penthouse has become one of the world’s most expensive properties per square meter when it came onto the market in 2014.

The penhouse has a health centre, multiple swimming pools and an in-house caterer, the building will offer its residents a 24/7 concierge service and a private chauffeur as well bullet proof doors and glasses.

But the penthouse stands out even in the midst of such extreme luxury, with its slide which descends from the balcony into the infinity pool making it a veritable millionaire’s playground.

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