Grand penthouse at the Pierre Hotel

Grand penthouse at the Pierre Hotel

The Pierre was opened in 1930 and designed by Schultze & Weaver. The hotel is located at 2 East 61st Street at the intersection of Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, New York City. The Pierre has frequently appeared as a setting in many films and televisions series. The penthouse located at this luxury hotel which encompasses the entire 41st, 42nd, and 43rd floors is for sale and the price tag is $95,000,000!

On the very beginning we have to mention the private entrance which has a Versailles wood patterned floor and opens up into a Byzantine-tiled mosaic floor. It looks stunning! The triplex apartment has sweeping 360-degree views of Central Park and the surrounding city. It boasts five bedrooms, six full baths, staff quarters, five fireplaces, four terraces (including two off the master suite), a grand marble staircase and a private interior elevator.

There are 16 grand rooms in this residence and a 3,500-square foot grand salon which was once used as a ballroom. The private elevator traverse only between the three floors of the penthouse. Through the entire penthouse, the living room is considered to be the most magnificent privately owned room in the world.

A library with 18th-century paneling adds just a little more glamorous shine to this magnificent penthouse. This property that spans 12,000 square feet stretched across three floors and was owned by stock market analyst Martin Zweig, who predicted the 1987 market crash three days before it happened. The grand penthouse at the Pierre Hotel is now available in our shop, so check it out!