Check Out a $40M Penthouse Soaring Above the Streets of Tribeca

Inside A 40m Tribeca Penthouse That Looks Like Something Out Of Hbos Succession 111 Murray Morning Penthouse Living Room Gatefold 1 1

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HBO’s Succession is starting a new season at the end of the month and, for those who can afford to live large like the Roys, this $40 million Tribeca penthouse currently for sale is certainly in-step with their luxe lifestyle. Known as Penthouse Two, the 7,488-square-foot residence tops 111 Murray Street, a 2018-built glass tower devised by architecture firm Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, interior designer David Mann, renowned landscape architect Edmund Hollander, and designer David Rockwell.

While the price certainly isn’t for the faint of heart—the monthly real estate tax alone if it sells for ask is $23,224—the full-floor penthouse truly gives the feeling of living in the sky. Nearly 90 feet of windows surround the entirety of the living space providing seemingly unrivaled views. Whether you fancy the Manhattan skyline, the Hudson River, or the New York Harbor, you can take your pick based on your seat on the couch.

When dining at the city’s finest restaurants gets old, the custom Molteni kitchen outfitted in cerused white oak cabinetry and offering a sleek center island awaits for bringing in a chef. Top-of-the-line appliances include two Sub-Zero refrigerators, a 60-inch gas cooktop, three dishwashers, an integrated coffee maker, and more. It’s certainly primed for private, five-star dinner parties.

Moving from these living spaces on the north side, the bedrooms all offer south-facing views. There are five bedrooms in total, but calling the primary suite a bedroom is a major understatement. Spanning 1,373 square feet, it offers a private terrace and wet bar, a free-standing tub, and dual closets for a palatial, on-top-of-the-world atmosphere.

And, for $40 million, you better believe a buyer will gain great building perks, too. At 111 Murray Street, there are two levels of state-of-the-art amenities such as a fitness center, pool, sauna, and kids’ play area. One of the building’s “Collector’s Penthouses,” this listing is represented by Noble Black, Lisa Simonsen, Emily Sertic, and Jessica Chestler of Douglas Elliman.