Magnificent, 4-story Cupola Penthouse in one of the most beautiful and historic Landmarked structures in all of New York City. The majestic Police Building, designed by Hoppin and Koen in 1909, was converted into luxury apartments in 1988. Recently remodeled, the Cupola Penthouse has two separate wings: The North wing contains an oversized, eat-in kitchen with marble island, Viking range, Sub-zero refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher and windows and skylights that stream in natural sunlight…
The best New York City has to offer is THE Leonard still in construction, This Luxury Penthouses in Tribeca, New York City promises to be the height of luxury and decor the likes of which we have never seen. I cannot wait a most exciting building
Decorator Nicholas Kilner recently revamped the penthouse of the American Thread Co. building, a New York landmark. In the great room, a John McCracken steel totem is placed beside a sitting area outfitted with Hugues Chevalier sofas, while a Meissen polar bear pads across the Paul Evans cocktail table. At left, a Raymond Léon Rivoire bust rests atop a pedestal, and an An-My Lê print hangs over the mantel; the large steel 88, at far right, is an artwork by Banks Violette.
This amazing 7,000 square foot penthouse apartment is located in the 1914 landmark clock tower building in New York. Beautiful apartment features unique staircase, private 3-story elevator, modern kitchen, three bedrooms, and four giant clocks with glass faces that offer breathtaking panoramic views. Clock Tower apartment is currently for sale for only 23,500,000 dollars
This new 17-story high rise has become somewhat of a landmark in Boise, where few buildings are built so high. The Aspen Lofts were even called one of the city’s seven wonders by the Boise Weekly. The penthouse, the city’s most expensive listing, measures 4,171 square feet, with four bedrooms and three and one half baths. A glass wall, nearly 21-ft. tall, offers views of downtown and allows light to pour into the home. There are also a spa, swim spa, and circular gas fire pit on the terrace.
If you were hoping to snap up all five of Johnny Depp’s adjacent penthouses inside Eastern Columbia Lofts, a landmarked Art Deco building in downtown Los Angeles, you’re out of luck. After a month on the market, the first has sold for $2.545 million.
This dramatic 2,561 square foot corner loft is located in a restored 19th-century cast-iron building right in the heart of Soho and is guaranteed to take your breath away with grand proportions, soaring ceilings, and iconic views of the surrounding landmarked district from enormous double-hung windows. // www.halstead.com/15751542
Johnny Depp owns not one but five penthouses in the Eastern Columbia Lofts, the turquoise Art Deco landmark building Downtown, and he's ready to drop all of them. The eclectic spread of top-floor condos—with a combined nine bedrooms and an inexplicable 14 bathrooms—listed Wednesday for $12.75 million. From Captain Jack Sparrow. #Johnny #Depp #Hollywood #LosAngeles #Luxury #Condo #ArtDeco