For $60,000 A Month, Live In A Sky-High Penthouse Designed By Frank Gehry

New York by Gehry building

Photo: New York by Gehry

For $60,000 a month you can live in the penthouse of the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere—for now at least.The New York by Gehry building, designed by Frank Gehry, towers 870 feet above the streets of Manhattan. The skyscraper sits on Spruce Street, over looking the construction site at One World Trade centre.

Depending on which of the three penthouses you pick, rent will range from $45,000 to $60,000 a month, according to the New York Daily News.

The kitchens in the units are equipped with luxuries such as six-burner Miele stoves and Sub-Zero icemakers.

The building offers an indoor pool, baby grand piano, and personal Pilates rooms to its renters.

Welcome to The New York by Gehry building.

The building has become part of the New York skyline.

The four-bedroom model spans 3,800 square feet and includes an extra studio for live-in help.

The kitchen has limestone floors and a wine fridge.

The bathrooms feature Duravit tubs.

Susi Yu, a vice president for the developer Forest City Ratner Companies, said two types of people will rent here: 1)Those who want the bragging rights and 2)Those who truly appreciate architecture.

Renters will have access to the media room.

The indoor pool can be used year round.

Invite friends over for a bite to eat on the patio.

Residents can utilise the small library.

There's also a baby grand piano in another one of the building's common areas.

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