Top 10 Most Expensive Apartments in the United States
The only one on the West Coast is the newly constructed 20,000 square-foot penthouse atop the 5-star St. Regis Hotel in San Francisco. It’s the largest newly constructed condo on the market in the world. So, it’s the least amount per square foot (Approx. $2,865 per square foot), than any of the other apartments in the top ten based on the available data. Below is the list of the most expensive apartment in America.
10. 998 5th Avenue, New York – $34 Million
998 Fifth Avenue is one of the original great luxury apartments on Fifth Avenue. The building offers jewelry safes built into the walls of each apartment, refrigerated wine cellars, high ceilings and a lobby lined in Italian marble. With 12 floors and just 18 apartments, the apartments are extremely grand.
9. 80 Columbus Circle, New York – $35.5 Million
This huge, mixed-use, twin-towered, reflective-glass-clad project replaced the former New York Coliseum on Columbus Circle and was completed in 2004. The complex consists of retail space, offices that include the headquarters of Time Warner, a jazz facility for the nearby Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, a Mandarin Oriental hotel, CNN TV studios and 225 condominium apartments. It was designed by David Childs of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
8. 80 Columbus Circle, 76B, New York – $38 Million
The impeccable home that awaits atop this soaring five-star residence at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel will captivate even the most discerning NYC luxury-seeker with its sweeping Central Park & River to River views. Its spacious 7-room layout affords ultimate style & comfort, while its ambiance is flooded with in-pouring light from 10 foot+ floor-to-ceiling windows. Entertain casually or lavishly in the fully-windowed great room which leads to the private terrace.
7. 25 Columbus Circle, New York, NY – $38.5 Million
This Condo is located at 25 Columbus Circle, New York NY. 25 Columbus Cir is in the Clinton neighborhood in New York, NY and in ZIP Code 10019. The average listing price for Clinton is $1,863,641. 25 Columbus Cir has 5 beds, 6 ½ baths, and was built in 2003
6. 990 5th Avenue, New York, NY – $42 Million
This 13-story structure is one of the most exclusive and elegant buildings on the avenue because of its very fine detailing and that the fact that it has only 6 apartments. Exquisitely designed in Italian-Renaissance-palazzo-style by Rosario Candela and the firm of Warren & Wetmore, this building has a sidestreet entrance and attractive landscaping.
5. 188 Minna Street, San Francisco, CA – $49 Million
An adjacent powder room is highly designed and features a 4-inch thick honed marble basin of Cream Ivy color. Pristine, maple wood floors evoke the luxuriously appointed apartment which lies ahead. Unique at The St. Regis, the Living Room features floor-to-ceiling glass walls providing panoramic Southern & Western views from the South Bay to Twin Peaks to the Market Street Corridor to the landscaped tranquility and al-fresco concerts of the Yerba Buena Gardens.
4. New York, NY – $51 Million
The state of New York is known mostly for New York City, but it’s so much more than that. Head north and you’ll find a veritable new world, filled with small towns and cities and lots of grazing land for livestock. Head further south and you’ve got the famous New York City and tons of other wonderful cities and towns to live in. When you’re looking for New York apartments, there are a number of things that you should take into consideration before you settle on any one specific apartment.
3. 15 Central Park West #35-AB, New York, NY – $55 Million
This Condo is located at 15 Central Park West #35-AB, New York NY. 15 Central Park W #35-AB is in the Upper West Side neighborhood in New York, NY and in ZIP Code 10023. The average listing price for Upper West Side is $2,188,681. 15 Central Park W #35-AB has 5 beds, 7 baths, and approximately 5,600 square feet
2. 25 Columbus Circle, New York, NY – $57.5 Million
The home features 4 large bedrooms, 4 1/2 marble baths, a mahogany wood paneled library, and a huge media room/family room. There are 2 kitchens, the large main eat in kitchen is finished with verbena wood cabinets, marble floors, stainless steel top of the line appliances. There is another smaller kitchen off the media room. The Creston system controls all motorized window treatments, a full in-house stereo system, and a touch screen audio-visual system. 5-star living.
1. 25 East 77th Street, New York, NY – $60 Million
This Coop is located at 25 East 77th Street #1004, New York NY. 25 E 77th St #1004 is in the Upper East Side neighborhood in New York, NY and in ZIP Code 10075. The average listing price as the most expensive apartment.