A 15,000 square foot apartment in New York City’s Hell’s Kitchen Neighborhood, listed by Daniel Neiditch at River 2 River Reality is on the market for $85 million dollars. The purchase will also include two tickets to space, a Hamptons mansion for the summer, two Rolls-Royces, and a Lamborghini among other bonuses.
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Out of this world amenities — including a trip to space — come with sale of $85 million New York penthouse
An $85 million penthouse-level suite of condos for sale in the Atelier building in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood comes with an unusual array of amenities.
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New York City’s luxury market has been clogged with too much inventory in recent months, slowing the sale of high-end properties, like this 15,000 square-foot duplex penthouse in Hell’s Kitchen.
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Sometimes, real estate is all about extras. And the guy selling this New York condo know $85 million is a big ask, so he’s throwing in a trip to space. Buzz60
Two tickets to SPACE are thrown into sale of $85million Manhattan condo which also includes two Rolls Royces, summer mansion in the Hamptons, a Lamborghini, courtside Nets seats after it fails to sell
The owner for a New York City condo is offering a trip to outer space thrown in with the purchase of an $85 million apartment.
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Hells Kitchen isn’t the swankiest neighborhood in New York City. So if you’re putting a condo on the market and have decided to ask twice as much as the record sale in the area, you’d better have some pretty good perks.
Realtors are known to offer perks to sweeten a deal, but the owner of this $85 million Manhattan penthouse is throwing in a free trip to space, among other unbelievable perks, to attract buyers.
Other perks featured in the sale include courtside basketball tickets, a Lamborghini, a private chef and more
Owner Daniel Neiditch has been trying to sell the apartment for five years — and he hasn’t yet budged on the price
OUT OF THIS WORLD The £60m New York penthouse which comes with free Lamborghini, Rolls Royces, a mega yacht and two trips to SPACE
The multi-millionaire owner Daniel Neiditch says the deal will give the lucky buyer an instant lavish lifestyle
The spacious living room inside the penthouse at 635 W. 42nd St., which includes two tickets aboard a Virgin Galactic space jet (inset).
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Trulia recently put together a round-up of the most expensive homes for sale in America, and several are in New York, including this magnificent penthouse at the “one-of-a-kind” Atelier Condo in Midtown West. River 2 River Realty President Daniel Neiditch owns the condo building and is the listing agent for the home, which is on the market for $85 million.
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Not only does this exclusive Atelier Manhattan penthouse boast ten bedrooms, but a list of perks to tempt the truly rich.
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New York City’s most expensive condo is the penthouse at the Atelier condo building in Midtown Manhattan. The 10-bedroom, 13-bathroom condo, which takes up the entire 45th floor of the building, has been on and off the market for months.
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The star of “Wall Street” was spotted checking out rental units at the Moinian Group’s Atelier condo building in Midtown Monday, sources told The Real Deal. But Allen Burry, a publicist for the Hollywood heavyweight, said the apartment was not for Douglas but for the parents of his wife, Oscar-winning actress Catherine Zeta-Jones.
New York City’s most expensive condo now comes with 2 Rolls-Royce Phantoms, a Hamptons summer rental, and a $1 million yacht
As more and more luxury condo buildings compete for ultra-wealthy buyers in a softening market, New York City-based realtors have started adding some pretty out-of-this-world perks.
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The broker firm of this Hell’s Kitchen luxury building is offering the entire 45th floor, spanning about 10,000 square feet, to a buyer interested in combining all of the existing nine condo units into one massive spread. Construction costs are not included but the sale includes a $2 million construction credit.
Daniel Neiditch Atelier President Spends the day with Ahmed Mohammed “the clock kid” on top of Atelier Solar Display. He is a inspiration to young innovators.
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“Saturday Night Live” Obama impersonator Jay Pharoah and “Judging Amy” actress Amy Brenneman are the latest celebrity tenants to sign leases at the Atelier, at 635 West 42nd Street, The Real Deal has learned.
With more eight- and even nine-figure listings hitting the market, Manhattan’s top brokers aren’t feeling the inventory squeeze as much as their colleagues in other segments of the residential industry. While nearly all of Manhattan’s top 10 brokers have fewer properties on the market than last year, most have a higher dollar value of listings, according to The Real Deal’s annual ranking of Manhattan’s top 75 listing agents.
The Atelier could be adding two big names to its list of celebrity residents. Oscar-nominated actor Ed Harris and Kenan Thompson of “Saturday Night Live” fame are the latest boldfaced names to check out rentals at the Hell’s Kitchen condominium tower at 635 West 42nd Street, a source with knowledge of the building told The Real Deal.
The Atelier is getting two more celebrity residents. Brooklyn Nets powerhouse Jerry Stackhouse and Broadway star Deborah Cox are the newest boldface names to sign leases at the Moinian Group-developed condominium building at 635 West 42nd Street between Eleventh and Twelfth avenues, a source with knowledge of the deals told The Real Deal.
A block of nine apartments at the Atelier condominium tower in Hell’s Kitchen hit the market today with an asking price of $85 million. If combined as advertised, the units would become a 10,000-square-foot apartment spanning the entire 45th floor at 635 West 42nd Street.
A well-preserved brick town house in the West Village that was built for a sea captain in 1842 and had been owned since 1987 by the publishing magnate Timothy C. Forbes, a son of Malcolm S. Forbes, sold for $11.5 million and was the most expensive sale of the week, according to city records.
Beer heiress and fashion muse Daphne Guinness has finally found a buyer for her four-bedroom apartment at the former Stanhope hotel, just two months after she settled a lawsuit with her neighbors at the building, The Real Deal has learned.
Indian media titan Subhash Chandra is planning to construct a six-bedroom triplex condominium out of three units at the Atelier in Hell’s Kitchen, including one belonging to Dan Neiditch, the president of River 2 River Realty, sources told The Real Deal.
The condominium board of the Atelier building at 635 West 42nd Street has terminated its management agreement with Cooper Square Realty, the company that has managed the building since it opened in 2007, The Real Deal has learned.
“White Collar” star Tiffany Thiessen and movie and television actor Jeff Goldblum may be the latest celebrities to make the Atelier, Joseph Moinian’s condominium tower at 635 West 42nd Street, their temporary home, Dan Neiditch, president of River 2 River Realty, the firm handling rentals and sales for the West Side building, told The Real Deal.
Former “E.R.” and “8 Mile” star Mekhi Pfifer has temporarily returned to the East Coast and is renting at the Atelier at 635 West 42nd Street while starring on Broadway, a source with knowledge of the move told The Real Deal.
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Maybe you didn’t want to schlep out to the Hamptons back in February because there was too much snow on the ground. Maybe you were banking on the fact that the closer it got to summer, the better prices would be. Maybe you broke down and bought an iPad, and the last four weeks have been kind of a blur.
While a significant portion of listings — roughly 33 percent, according to Streeteasy.com — saw price cuts last month, there was an increase in sales and many brokers started elevating asking prices to enhance their units’ image, to leave room for haggling or because they thought the market was turning around.
Whether it’s a desire to know your neighbors or a craving for an outdoor lifestyle no matter what the thermometer reads, a certain set of New Yorkers are finding friendship and fun in a new crop of amenity-rich properties. After all, if your building offers everything a summer beach share or country club might, minus the cost, why would you ever leave?