After kicking off sales about a month ago, 151 East 78th Street is 78 percent sold.
Designed by Peter Pennoyer, the building developed by Spruce Capital Partners has racked up more than $114 million in sales, with 11 out of 14 units in contract. Only the three penthouses are available, so here’s a rundown:
Penthouse A, the development’s largest unit, has just been listed with an asking price of $29.5 million. The five-bedroom, 7.5-bathroom residence measures 6,975 square feet and occupies the building’s entire 15th and 16th floors. The master bedroom suite comes with double master baths and a huge dressing room, while a 1,690-square-foot roof terrace features open city views and a Wolf BBQ. There’s also a 268-square-foot terrace on the 15th floor, accessed through French doors (see the iron, limestone and brick detailing in the rendering above).
Penthouse B is a full-floor three-bedroom measuring 3,381 square feet, with an asking price of $10.85 million. Penthouse C is a duplex six-bedroom clocking in at 6,900 square feet, with open city views and a $27.5 million price tag. Both units have private terraces. All penthouses are graced with solid oak floors, double-hung mahogany windows and Smallbone of Devizes kitchens.
Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, landscaped garden, resident library (reading is fundamental), gym, yoga studio, private storage, bike room and live-in resident manager.
Closings are estimated to begin December 2015.