The Ritz-Carlton Battery Park is taking the luxury penthouse game to a new level by selling The Penthouse Collection at The Residences for $118.5 million, which just so happens to be three different units in one—because one apartment isn't enough. According to the Wall Street Journal, the combined listing for the three units is the highest asking price for any downtown home in New York City.
The three different owners are hoping that grouping their units together (and refusing to sell separately) will get them a higher price than each would get individually. Taking over the top two floors on the building, the future owner will be buying a unique duplex penthouse that spans 15,434 square feet of living space and 2,193 square feet of terraces. Combined, there are 12 or more bedrooms, 15 or more bathrooms, 20-foot ceilings, and at least three kitchens, not to mention the several living and entertaining spaces throughout the two floors. As to be expected, the penthouse set between the Statue of Liberty and new World Trade Center offers fantastic views of the surrounding city through its nearly 400 feet of windows.
Of course, since the penthouse is at the top of the Ritz-Carlton, you can also expect top-notch service and amenities—like a spa and gym, concierge, an indoor/outdoor lounge, and VIP rates and upgrades at any Ritz property in the world.
If you want a more broken down idea of each unit, the Nest Seekers official listing describes the three different homes as follows:
Penthouse 2/3A is a three bedroom, five bathroom home with North and West exposures. It has 3,513 square feet of interior space and 398 square feet of exterior space.
Penthouse 2/3B is a five bedroom, five and one half bathroom home North, East and South exposures. It has 7,628 square feet of interior space and 1,349 square feet of exterior space.
Penthouse 2/3C is a four bedroom, five bathroom home with South and West exposures. It has 4,293 square feet of interior space and 446 square feet of exterior space.