This Light-Filled Penthouse in NYC’s Lantern House Wants Almost $13M
High in Lantern House, the first residential building in the United States designed by London-based Heatherwick Studio, a penthouse has hit the market. Named for its lantern-shaped bay windows, the two-tower development’s futuristic architecture is enough to cause people to stop and stare in New York City’s busy streets, but to live inside is even more awe-inspiring. Penthouse 1019 has bright interiors designed by March and White Design and a private 41-foot by 21-foot roof terrace. Interested buyers can now nab the 2,810-square-foot masterpiece for $12.975 million.
The building’s recognizable windows are pretty to look at, but of course, even better to look through. Panoramic views can be enjoyed from the unit’s spaces, holding eight of the lantern-like bay windows in total.
The penthouse interiors mirror the architecture’s unique and airy feel. The furnishings mix curving and clean lines for a fresh, contemporary look. White walls and 11-foot ceilings exist throughout, creating beautiful brightness as the sun pours in. Luxury also shines with the abundant use of marble and onyx from the kitchen to the bathrooms and the addition of features like a 70-bottle wine cooler.
While this four-bedroom residence has gracious open spaces, there is also tons to discover in the building. The 75-foot pool, infrared sauna, cold plunge, co-working space, media lounge, and Health Club are just the start.