Living Large In Midtown At One 57

Living Large In Midtown At One 57


OF OUR FAVORITE HOMES OF 2016. EMILY SMITH TAKES US TO ONE OF THE TALLEST RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS IN MANHATTAN. Reporter: THIS GLASS BUILDING SOARS 1000 FEET ABOVE THE CITY WITH 90 STORIES. WE MET DOUGLAS ELIM’S NOBLE BLACK IN THE 62nd FLOOR FOR A TOUR OF 157. WE ARE IN ONE OF THE HALF FOR RESIDENCES. THIS IS THE ICONIC CENTRAL PARK VIEW. THIS IS WHAT IS THE HELICOPTER VIEW. Reporter: WITH 12 FOOT CEILINGS AND LOTS OF VOLUME. YOU HAVE A LIVING ROOM THAT IS 1200 FT.2 WITH AN OPEN LIVING ROOM. YOU CAN EASILY SEE IT. IT IS A VERY COMFORTABLE LAYOUT. YOU OPEN INTO THIS GORGEOUS KITCHEN. Reporter: THE KITCHEN HAS DOUBLE APPLIANCES. THIS IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL THING. IT LOOKS LIKE YOU ARE ON A YACHT. IT IS CANCER. IT IS AN EXOTIC WOOD. YOU HAVE A BIG WINE FRIDGE. THE GREAT THING ABOUT BEING HERE IS YOU’VE GOT THE PARK HYATT DOWNSTAIRS. EVEN IF YOU DON’T COOK, YOU HAVE ROOM SERVICE ANYTIME YOU WANT. YOU HAVE BUTLER SERVICE IF YOU WANT SOMEONE TO COME UP. HOUSEKEEPING CAN COME UP AND CLEAN UP. Reporter: A WIDE HALLWAY LEADS TO EACH OF THE THREE BEDROOMS. THE BEDROOMS HAVE THE SAME GRACIOUS PROPORTIONS ALONG WITH EN SUITE BATHROOMS. THEY USE DIFFERENT MARBLES FOR ALL OF THE BATHS. Reporter: ANOTHER GUEST ROOM HAS MORE WESTERN VIEWS. A LOT OF PEOPLE WOULD MAKE THIS INTO A DEN. IT IS A HUGE ROOM. Reporter: THE MASTER SUITE FACES SOUTH AND WEST WITH A KING SIZE BED. IT LOOKS TINY GIVEN THE PROPORTIONS. Reporter: YOU HAVE A CHOICE BETWEEN TWO BATHROOMS WITHIN THE SUITE YOUR ONE FULLY CLAD IN MARBLE WITH A STEAM SHOWER. PICTURE GETTING READY HERE EVERY MORNING. Reporter: AND A GLASS-ENCLOSED SHOWER BASES THE TUB WHICH PUTS THE VIEW ON DISPLAY ONCE AGAIN. FINALLY, THE POWDER ROOM. THIS HAS GOT THE BEST VIEWS OF ANY POWDER ROOM IN THE CITY. THIS IS RIDICULOUS.

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  1. Hate how this world caters to these assholes that are taking all the money while their workers suffer by just getting by.

  2. honestly for that price the interior is kind of kitschy, but if you have 29mil to spend on an apartment you have money to redecorate it

  3. How is this different from a Super Max?
    You're totally cut off from the natural world…
    No grass…flowers…birds…bugs…wind and rain…snow…stars in the sky…
    Just like living in a prison, a little piece of you dies every day…
    At some point you're gonna walk out onto the balcony and jump off…

  4. That's not bad actually, if you think that's a lot; you can get a 3 berdroom apartement in knightsbridge for $30 mil here in London.

  5. Sorry but I found this to be offensive given that only the privileged few can live like this while others live in 300 ft square apartments or in public housing

  6. Not worth it. Your neighbors will be total dicks! Thanks I'll stick to Brooklyn. Unless you're a celebrity Manhattan sucks

  7. What !!! Only 29 950 000 $ !! are you serious !! I can't live in such a cheap appartment !! No way !! I have reputation !! What will ppl think about me ? A low cost estate satisfies myself… No way !!

  8. Living large? More like living sterile. Totally ugly and cold. These places are for robots not real people.

  9. Am i the only one who noticed that giant crack in the bathroom like the whole buildings about to tear itself apart?

  10. Suckers are Born everyday in NY and CA….Keep subsidising them illegal aliens and the blacks on Welfare…30 million..I'll take a Mansion on a couple hundred acres in the Central West…To park my airplane and helicopter..and no neighbors in Site..

  11. ugliest looking kitchens, for 29 m, Id like to pick my own kitchen out, one that doesnt look like a yacht, i feel sea sick already.
    at least some of the windows open at the bottom.

  12. I wish to have a house like that someday soon xoxo and a sexy tall alpha man like that party house lols and party friends lols xoxo 🎈🎈🎈♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️🦊🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🍂🌴🌿☘☘🍀🍀🍀🍀🍀🍉🍇🍌🍊🍍🍓🍞 🍿🥨🍟🍨☕🍻🍾🍽🥂🥃gossip girl lols

  13. You pay for this by exploiting the ponzi scheme of what is known as the stock market. You start a mutual fund and sell it to businesses who offer the fund (with a kick back of course) to its workers as a retirement investment. Then you take 2/3 of the people's investments over the life they contribute in fees. Then you decide to bet against the market to cover your ass and then you invest in ( oh, I don't know) dirivatives or some other made up investment to sink the market. The market crashes, you collect on your earlier bet, the public loses all their money, the government bails you out and you pay yourself a bonus to purchase this lovely apartment. Now that all seems lovely until, the people get tired of living in poverty and losing their hard earned cash to a bunch of douche bags. The People then pull a French revolution type move on the rich and behead the ass holes…

  14. The living room is larger than my entire apartment. But the joke's on them: it would take 2,900 years of my rent to pay for that NY apartment.

  15. That “exotic wood” is nothing more than good old Oak painted in Crimson with a hint of Rosewood then wiped off, then repainted again and covered with 4 coats of automotive lacquer clear coating.

    And if any of those “double appliances” happen to be from Samsung, that $29M Plus price tag just went down to $19M. When they start breaking down within a year, and believe Me THEY. WILL. FAIL. the massive headache the owners is going to have with them is not worth the selling price.

  16. If I won the lottery, I wouldn’t spend one thin dime in that dam city. I’m from NY but NYC has gone completely crazy in every sense of the word… They would have to pay me to live in that apartment.

  17. This realtor is a snooty , pretentious POS,, It’s great when these channel flaunt the way billionaires live, when people below are starving in the streets below,, fuck all you evil greedy bastards

  18. Macassar ebony wood should never had become a thing in interior design. The yachts can have it. So chessy looking in a home. Speaking of cheesy, why was the host dressed like she going clubbing later. Odd.
    Btw, Emily Smith, the CBS reporter on this piece was engaged to Steve Guttenberg at the time.They married in 2019. Wow, she was almost 40 in 2017. I thought she was 20ish. Dang. Well, that's enough serious NY architecture for me today.

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