The $60 million duplex space – which crowns the striking, 50-story glass tower – epitomizes the unparalleled artisanship that has defined the crystal company for nearly 250 years.
With a staggering 7,381 square feet of interior space and sweeping, 360-degree city and Central Park views, the Penthouse evokes sublime grandeur, thanks to the visionary creative eye of Tony Ingrao, one of Manhattan's most distinguished interior designers. To create an ambiance that is both sophisticated and inviting, Ingrao played up the warmth of the Penthouse's sun-drenched rooms by using a natural palette of exotic woods, white onyx, frosted mirror glass and polished chrome finishes. He also incorporated touches of Baccarat crystal throughout, including a signature chandelier in the foyer, a Zircote wood-paneled entry door with custom crystal inlay handle and custom bronze-work crackled with crystal coming through, all of which reflects the brand's reputation for flawless, exquisite pieces of art. A dramatic Ingrao custom-designed staircase with open Lido marble treads and glass railing graces the space, and provides entry to the second floor.
Price: $60 million