“At the top of the 647-foot-tall building, a quartet of penthouses on the 59th and 60th floors of the blue-gray glass tower, prices will hover around $2,150 a square foot. With sizes ranging from 5,500 to 5,800 square feet, not including spacious outdoor terraces, that puts each penthouse around $12 million. On floors 49 through 58, the condos will range from $3.3 million to $6 million, an average of $1,670 a square foot. From 26 to 48, pricing goes from $2 million to $3.25 million, or $1,375 a square foot.
Even the bottom 25 floors, at $1,100 a square foot, are richer than One Rincon Hill, which averaged $1,025.”
“There has been a tremendous amount of interest in the penthouse space, but we have not yet entered into formal conversations,” said [Millennium Partners Managing Director Richard Baumert].
He said the majority of buyers inquiring into the penthouses would buy two on the same floor and combine them. And the $12 million plus price tag — $25 million if you¹re grabbing two — doesn¹t include interior finishes, as the units will be delivered in shell condition with buyers likely investing millions more to build them out.”
And yes, that’s a Grand Residence floor plan above (and we’ll note the grand piano).
∙ The sky’s the limit [Business Times]
∙ The Millennium: A Few Things You Might Know (And A Few You Don’t) [SocketSite]