The Woolworth Building’s $110M Penthouse Offers a Private Open-Air Observatory

By Jordan • September 22nd, 2017

The top 30 floors of the Woolworth Building have been under construction since 2012, and now the 9,710 square foot “Pinnacle” is on the market for $110 million. The penthouse starts 700 feet up in the air and spans the top 7 floors of the 58-story building, with a 400 square foot open air observatory as the proverbial icing on the cake. Considerable work went into the penthouse conversion, as the space previously housed the Woolworth Building’s mechanical equipment. Landmarks Preservation allowed for additional windows, and Alchemy Properties, which purchased the top 30 floors of the building for residential conversion, had to replace 3,500 pieces of terra cotta on that tip-top facade. Should the Pinnacle sell for asking price, it will set a downtown Manhattan record. Check out the floorplans:

Source: Curbed

 

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