Manhattan’s skyline is changing, and a plush penthouse is ideal for soaking up the evolving views. Topping some of the city’s most notable new towers — from the waterside Hudson Yards development and revived South Street Seaport to a skyscraper stretching high above the iconic Museum of Modern Art — these nine extravagant New York City penthouses are notable for more than their sky-high settings, touting over-the-top amenities, luxe design, and above all, jaw-dropping price tags. Read on for a sneak peek into the most enviable NYC abodes on the market right now.


Penthouses include: PH95 at 432 Park Avenue, The Penthouse at One Hundred East Fifty-Third, The Triplex Penthouse at 520 W. 28th Street, Residence 62 at 53W53, Penthouse 61B at 50 West, The Penthouse at 135 W 52, Penthouse 1 at 1 Seaport, Penthouse 82A at Fifteen Hudson Yards, and Penthouse West at XOCO 325.


Penthouse West at XOCO 325


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Behind this SoHo tower’s eye-catching glass facade are a number of stunning new residences, including the recently released 4,406-square-foot Penthouse West at XOCO 325 with a 718-square-foot terrace. The four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom home has been entirely furnished and accessorized by Colony, a noted co-op of independent artists and designers. Some of its standout touches include a custom-crafted living-room chandelier, an oak bed by KWH Furniture, and a 16-foot-long sculptural dining table. Plush rugs from the Rug Company, Austrian white-oak flooring, and draperies and structural weavings by Hiroko Takeda add warmth and life to the spaces, while natural light streams in via floor-to-ceiling windows. The building — designed, developed, constructed, and managed by DDG — has amenities that include a 24-hour doorman and concierge, private storage and bicycle storage available for purchase, and a fitness center overlooking a private garden.