A view and dress that you'll never afford.|One 571/5 A view and dress that you'll never afford.|One 57
|One 572/5 |One 57
Sleep so luxurious you pay for your dreams by the minute.|One 573/5 Sleep so luxurious you pay for your dreams by the minute.|One 57
The room so expansive and expensive that you could maybe rent a couch pillow in.4/5 The room so expansive and expensive that you could maybe rent a couch pillow in.
Look at all the crumbling marriage you'll never be able to buy.|One 575/5 Look at all the crumbling marriage you'll never be able to buy.|One 57
They say that money can’t buy you happiness, but it sure can buy you a $100 million view, and with it the satisfaction of looking down on the unhappy middle class plebes and their little lives.
News broke this weekend that the penthouse unit for One57 on 157 W. 57th St sold for a record breaking $100 million. The identity of the buyer has been kept secret, but we’re hoping that our long lost rich uncle will be calling us up soon to invite us to live in his ivory tower.
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One57 is just one in a series of super-tall towers that have sprouted up on what real estate insiders (as well as anyone who cares about this sort of stuff) call Billionaire’s Row. New Yorker’s can reportedly expect to see six super tall residential towers climb up from 57th street in the next decade.
In an effort to encourage you to start saving up for something you’ll never, ever be able to afford, we have decided to give you a little tour (via some jaw dropping renderings) of what wealth looks like in its physical incarnation.
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