Nothing says ‘living the high life’ like living in your building’s highest home.
We don’t know exactly how much this suite is worth, but we can tell you that it overlooks Hong Kong — the world’s most most expensive real estate market. So probably a lot.
Photos: Corinthia Hotel
Amenities at the Musician’s Penthouse in London’s Corinthia Hotel include 24-hour butler service, a personal shopper and access to an “extensive private wine collection.”
Photos: JAM Architects
The Coppin Street Penthouse in Victoria, Australia boasts a retractable window wall in the kitchen and a glass plunge pool on the balcony.
Photos: Grace Tower
The three-level Elysium Penthouse in Vancouver’s Grace Tower has three bedrooms, seven terraces and two private elevators that open up onto the home’s foyer. It can all be yours for only $7.9 million.
In New York City $26 million will buy you a 5,000-square-foot, five-bedroom penthouse overlooking Central Park.
An open concept penthouse in London’s St Pancras Chambers. Need privacy in the bedroom? That’s what the retractable wall curtains are for.
A waterfront pad overlooking the ocean on Vancouver Island. Wave at the ferry!
An entire wall of this Beirut penthouse is a window the completely opens up to the outside. Enjoy the views from the “bridge” balcony.
The Lansdowne Court penthouse in London is a space-age solarium with a rooftop garden. Buy it for $21 million.
Love the glass floors in this Israeli penthouse? Then you’ll dig this.
The coolest feature of this penthouse along Australia’s Bondi Beach is its giant circular skylights.
It’s all about the view in St. Lucia’s Ladera Resort penthouse hotel room.
Photos: Knight Frank
The price tag for this 7,000-square-foot penthouse in London’s NEO Bankside development is a whopping $33.3 million.
Another New York City penthouse, this one a two-level home in Tribeca designed by Steven Harris Architects.