The New York Police Building Penthouse Could be Yours
Designed back in 1909 by Hoppin and Koen, the charming New York Police Building in Manhattan housed the headquarters of the NYPD for over 60 years, between 1909 and 1973. A couple of years later, in 1988, the entire building was converted into luxury condominiums, the most impressive of all being the Cupola Penthouse.
Covering an extraordinary 5,500 sq ft of luxurious living area, and comprised of 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, this lavish penthouse spreads over 4 stories, in one of the most beautiful and historic landmarks in all of New York.
Recently remodeled, the Cupola Penthouse features an eat-in kitchen, with a marble island, bespoke appliances and massive windows, a beautiful formal dining room, a full size bath and a large, warmly lit media room with coffered paneled ceiling.
There’s a spacious Master Suite to be enjoyed here as well, equipped with a massive walk-through dressing room and a separate sitting area. The Master Bath is equally impressive, including a Waterworks oval bathtub, shower, bidet, separate WC, and a custom made glass tile mural by Artistic Tile.
New owners might also appreciate the 2 en-suite bedrooms, a large family room with 23’ high ceilings and exposed architectural beams, as well as a fully equipped butler’s pantry. A private elevator will take guests to the Dome Living Room, a 32-ft. diameter circular room that offers 360 degree views of New York City.
Take it one level higher, and you will find the Dome Sanctuary, a unique space with 30-ft. high ceilings, exposed brick walls, and four gigantic original clocks that everyone in Manhattan will notice. Calvin Klein and Steffi Graf also stayed at the Cupola Penthouse, and I doubt the $35,000,000 price-tag would have scared them off.