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All images of One57, #87 via H5 Property All images of One57, #87 via H5 Property
Some New Yorkers see One57 as the start of a shining new era, but others see it as a symptom of all that is wrong with the city's contemporary architecture and wealth gap. Either way, it is impossible to ignore. While incoming supertalls like 111 West 57th Street and Central Park Tower are poised to outstrip it in height, One57 will never be completely thrown into shadow. The 1,004-foot-high building designed by Pritzker Prize laureate Christian de Portzamparc came to define Billionaires’ Row and set new standards for luxury real estate both outside and in.

Even a relatively low-level one-bedroom at One57 looks out on beautiful skyline and Central Park vistas, but #87, a full-floor, 6,243-square-foot residence, enjoys some of New York's best views from north, south, east, and west exposures. The four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath home has just been listed with Compass for $58.5 million, the most expensive unit in the building.

As spectacular as Thomas Juul-Hansen's interiors are, they cannot compete with expansive skyline views and 57 feet of Central Park frontage.

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Three private keyed elevators lead to the apartment, and a 24' gallery makes for a grand welcome.

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The home boasts soaring ceilings up to 11'8" high, hardwood floors, and custom door hardware by Thomas Juul-Hansen.

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Central Park views offer a glamorous backdrop for dinner parties and other entertaining.

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The eat-in chef's kitchen is outfitted with custom cabinetry, integrated Miele and Sub-Zero appliances, and custom-designed integrated kitchen island stools.

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The master suite occupying the apartment's East Wing features triple exposes and a private dressing room.

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The marble master bath is outfitted with dual bathrooms and vanities, a custom-carved Waterworks soaking tub, and Dornbacht-designed steam showers and fixtures.

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All secondary bedrooms enjoy incredible light from floor-to-ceiling windows.

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Each secondary bedroom has a marble en suite bath with Dornbacht fixtures, custom integrated medicine cabinets, and radiant floor heating.

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157 West 57th Street #87 floor plan Floor plan
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