Perched atop one of the most famous hotels in New York, the Plaza Hotel’s attic penthouse has hit the market with an asking price of $50 million. Located on the 20th floor, it is the only triplex residence at the renowned Plaza Hotel and Residences. The epitome of luxurious living, reimagined by one of the world’s foremost designers, has been offered for sale four times over the last decade. The 6,319 square feet palatial property is known as the attic because it occupies three floors at the top of the hotel which are connected by a well-designed curved staircase. It is home to 2,300 square foot of entertainment space, which includes a formal dining area and home office overlooking Central Park.A large eat-in kitchen with wine cellar and informal dining and media room occupy the Eastern wing which overlooks the Fifth Avenue.The 21st floor is occupied by a 1,000 square foot master suite that comes with a stunning 31 foot terrace overlooking Central Park. It also boasts of two large bathrooms, two huge walk-in closets, a laundry room and wet bar.The rest of the three bedrooms are located on the 19th level. This property also includes a customized air conditioning/humidification system, and a state-of-the-art home automation by Creston, which allows control of lighting, windows, audio and A/C via iPad.Built in 1905 by Henry J. Hardenberg in the style of a French Renaissance Chateau, The Plaza Hotel is a National Historic Landmark and continues to reign as one of the most prestigious addresses in the world.StreetEasy Via Business Insider
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