This $20 Million New York Penthouse Is Hidden in the Sky

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Apartment chasing can be stressful. All the more so if there are a few things that you just can’t live without.

Lots of capacity, a view, an en-suite restroom, cooling – what about a garage in the sky?

The apartments at 200 11th Avenue in New York’s popular West Chelsea exhibition district include only that – and then some.

Reward: The condos at 200 11th Avenue in New York’s in vogue West Chelsea display region include their own particular garages
Garage space: The capacity to drive an auto into a lift that then whisks you up to your condo is most likely what has officially drawn Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban, and architect Domenico Dolce to the building

The ‘paparazzi proof’ technique for section has also interested Lady Gaga and Kelsey Grammer.

It is also a similar building where fashion designer L’Wren Scott lived and tragically took her own particular life.

Robert Pattinson was as of late observed visiting Penthouse 1, which is available for $19.5 million.

It is being co-brokered through Ryan Serhant of Nest Seekers International.- who showed up on ‘Million Dollar Listing New York’ TV show – and Leonard Steinberg of Compass.

The so-called ‘En Suite Sky Garage’ sits nearby the penthouse, a 60-second ride from the lobby entrance for unparalleled security.

The three-room 3,598 square foot duplex apartment is luxuriously finished and includes a retractable glass “vault” that covers the stairs.

It hits the market following a 18-month renovation by Netherlands-based MVRDV Architects guided by Young Woo and Associates.

Stunning view: Robert Pattinson was as of late observed visiting Penthouse 1 (above), which is available for $19.5 million through Ryan Serhant of reality show ‘Million Dollar Listing New York’ and Nest Seekers International
A-star living: The so-called ‘En Suite Sky Garage’ sits nearby the penthouse, a 60-second ride from the lobby entrance for unparalleled privacy
Breathtaking : Two secured loggia terraces have panoramic view towards the Empire State Building and a lot of space for in the open air eating

The traveler lift, in case you’re not driving, opens directly into the upper level revealing amazing view west towards the Hudson River.

The living space highlights floor to roof windows with swinging doors with a glass balustrade that open to better better the view.

The kitchen can be totally hidden by a story to-roof folding Brazilian teak door.

The third bedroom suite is on the primary floor and can also be used as a review.

Two secured loggia relax terraces have panoramic view towards the Empire State Building and a lot of space for outdoors eating.

At the focal point of the property the glass vault opens at the touch of a catch revealing the stairs and a room designed for showing a collection – perfect for antiques or awards trophies.

Ground floor are the other two bedrooms suites and a different a parlor or study range with 20-foot high roofs.

The master suite, entered through a mystery bookshelf lobby, highlights two stroll in storage bedrooms and a custom white marble soaking tub open to the bedroom concealed under the stairway.

Feast your eyes : The living space highlights floor to roof windows with swinging doors with a glass balustrade that open to better the view
Secret trapdoor : The three-room 3,598 square foot duplex Apartment is luxuriously decorated and includes a retractable glass “vault” that covers the stairs
Prime location :Sitting at the intersection of West 24th Street and 11th Avenue, the building is inverse the Gagosian Gallery and between the Highline Park and Hudson River Park’s Chelsea Cove

The all-white en-suite washroom has sparkling back-lit LED tiles.

Sitting at the intersection of West 24th Street and 11th Avenue, the building is inverse the Gagosian Gallery and between the Highline Park and Hudson River Park’s Chelsea Cove.

Composed by Selldorf Architects and known as one of downtown’s best addresses, 200 11th Avenue highlights distinctive modern styled windows and is clad in gunmetal-shaded Terracotta and brushed stainless steel.

The apartment was first listed in September 2013 for $23 million, yet then re-listed for $20 million in August 2014, Curbed detailed.

A commercial was even listed to advertise the apartment before the renovation was finished.

The business includes an auto with the tag 200 11TH and alludes to the apartment as the ‘Sky Vault’.

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