Peek Inside the Gucci Family’s $35 Million Olympic Tower Penthouse
A palatial penthouse owned by Alessandra and Allegra Gucci, great-granddaughters of Gucci founder Guccio Gucci, hit the market earlier this year seeking $45 million. Now the fashion-forward family has knocked $10 million off the price and listed their one-of-a-kind residence with Charlie Attias and Sofia Falleroni of Corcoran for $35 million.
In true Gucci style, this Olympic Tower duplex is characterized by extraordinary opulence beginning with the 28 floor-to-ceiling windows, which provide breathtaking views of Rockefeller Center and St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The penthouse features not one, but two master suites, each with its own dressing room, Jacuzzi and sauna, and six additional bedrooms and bathrooms. The grand living room boasts lofty ceilings and the adjacent wood-paneled den has a wood-burning fireplace and skylight. The kitchen features professional-grade appliances and a casual dining area that flows into the formal dining room, where a glass wall provides a gorgeous view of the Empire State Building.
9,450 sq. ft.
Contact: Charlie Attias and Sofia Falleroni at Corcoran, corcoran.com
Floor-to-ceiling windows in the great room provide breathtaking panoramic views of the city.
One of the penthouse's two spacious master bedrooms.
A peek at one of the luxurious master bathrooms.
The kitchen features stainless steel appliances and a casual dining area.
The formal dining room flows from the kitchen and is flooded with natural light.