Living At New York’s MoMA Tower Will Cost You at least $3.17M
What you’re looking at is the jaw dropping MoMA Tower, in New York City. This incredible building has been recently completed and became almost instantly a millionaire magnet. Designed by the renowned architect Jean Nouvel, the tower located at 53 West 53rd Street will officially hit the market, with a one-bedroom studio costing $3.17 million, while a four-bedroom residence could set you back about $50.9 million.
Similar in size with the Chrysler Building, the tower stands at 1,050 feet and features 82 stories of full-floor apartments and duplexes – private elevators included. The MoMA Tower has been described as one of the most architecturally significant buildings ever to touch the skies of the Big Apple, which is saying a lot.
The lucky few who can afford to live in New York’s MoMA Tower will be given a Benefactor W53 membership, which includes unlimited free admission to the neighboring Museum of Modern Art, advance film screenings, exhibition previews, MoMA Store discounts, and an invite to the MoMA’s annual Benefactor Luncheon.
Among other perks, the luxury residential development will allow access to a dining room overlooking Central Park, a 65-foot lap pool, an incredible wellness center, a private screening room, a gallery, an extensive wine cellar, a playroom, a fully-equipped gym, a squash court, as well as a golf simulator. What could you ask for more? You can find more info at 53w53.