While that might sound like a lot, it is actually $30 million less than the apartment’s original $75 million asking price in 2015, as the Post reported exclusively at the time.
The palatial three story co-op comes with six bedrooms and a 1,500 square foot wrap around terrace in one of the city’s most prestigious Art Deco buildings, designed by Emery Roth. The building was completed in 1930 — one of the last elegant buildings to be completed following the 1929 stock market crash.
The listing broker was Adam Modlin of The Modlin Group.
The listing called the home a “floating mansion” and the “ultimate Triplex Penthouse to rise above Central Park.”
The apartment includes a double height foyer with “majestic” stairs. The first level, on the 26th floor, features a living room, library, dining room, breakfast room and chef’s kitchen. The stairs lead to a second ‘private’ floor with five bedrooms plus a staff room, while the third level, on the 28th floor, boasts a double height entertainment room, another kitchen, a guest loft, full bathroom and study. This floor also has a massive terrace.