Luxurious Residential in a New York's Tallest Building
One57, also known as Carnegie 57 , is a 75-story (marketed as 90-story) skyscraper currently under-construction in New York City. Upon completion in 2013, it will stand at 306 meters (1004 feet) tall, making it one of the tallest buildings in the city. The mixed use tower is developed by the Extell Development Company. The building will have 135 residential units on top of a Park Hyatt Hotel with 210 rooms.
If you are looking at buying a condominium 90-storied tower One57, then you can actually get yourself a shining new bin at the base for $200,000. There are 17 basement wire-mesh bins that are 7-feet in height that is going for $3,776 per square foot but only to the condo owners of the building. The most economical storage bin spans 30 square feet, and costs $110,000 each. The most expensive bins are two really, each 50 square feet of space with a price tag of $200,000 price tag.
Reportedly, “For the $200,000 asking price, a buyer could also rent a conventional offsite self-storage room, with sheet-metal walls rather than wire mesh, for 83 years at a typical rent of $200 a month.”
As for the 94 condos at One57 are concerned, each are priced at a record $2 billion, while 13 condos are priced in access of $42 million. There are two high-floor duplexes as well costing $98.5 million. The apartments will be made available in 2013.
LuxuryLaunches.com mentioned what else one could buy for $200,000; 1 Mercedes-Benz, 7 cruises, Elizabeth Taylor's Sapphire rings, 9 Toyota Camry, and 83 years of rent for a 50-square-foot Tuck-It-Away storage unit in Manhattan.
Posted by Rina Nazrina