Rendering via 1110parkave.com
The penthouse at 1110 Park Avenue by Toll Brothers City Living is now on the market for $35 million — $9 million less than its $44 million asking price in October.
The 7,000-square-foot, five-bedroom triplex occupies the top three floors of the 16-story building and has a private rooftop terrace measuring 1,738 square feet. The roof deck comes with a 8′ by 14′ heated pool, wood-burning fireplace, wet bar and built-in Wolf barbecue, according to the Wall Street Journal, which reported the asking price of $44 million.
The nine-unit building offers three- to five-bedroom residences. Interiors have private keyed elevator entry, fumed oak flooring, custom mahogany paneling and millwork details, pre-wiring for home automation, Juliette balconies and en-suite baths in every bedrooms. Christopher Peacock designed the kitchens, which have marble countertops, hand-painted custom cabinetry and Gaggenau and Wolf appliances. The marble master bathrooms are fitted with radiant heated floors, Christopher Peacock vanities with onyx vanity tops, Waterworks soaking tubs, rain showers and separate water closets.
Let’s get a good look at the layout of the penthouse, which is now asking approximately $5,000 per square foot. We start at the 14th floor:
Amenities include a 24-hour concierge, gym, wine cellar, private climate controlled wine lockers, deeded storage units and available bicycle storage.