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Penthouse 54 at 277 Fifth Avenue, Fifth Avenue’s tallest residential building, has hit the market for $24 million. The condominium itself was designed by renowned architect, Rafael Viñoly.

The 4,520-square-foot full-floor residence features 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths, a 75-foot private loggia with an outdoor spa, a 53-foot by 21-foot great room with triple exposures, and a windowed eat-in kitchen. The master bedroom itself houses an oversized dressing room as well as a windowed master bath.

One of just two full-floor penthouses in 277 Fifth Avenue, the residence is accessed by a keyed elevator that leads to a private landing with a separate service entrance, all on the 54th floor.

277 Fifth Avenue is a 55-story glass tower co-developed by Lendlease and Victor Group, located in Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood, providing breathtaking views of the Empire State and Chrysler buildings, the East and Hudson Rivers, Lower Manhattan, and beyond. The interior of the condominium is by Jeffrey Beers International.

Follow here to view the listing for Penthouse 54 at 277 Fifth Avenue.

For more architecture, take a tour of Wiz Khalifa’s $4.6 million USD Los Angeles home.

Not NYC, not LA.

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