Wow, take a look at these super cool renderings of the Woolworth Building's penthouse. It is truly a unique residence. Known as "the crowns jewel" or "The Pinnacle", the penthouse spans 9,680-square-feet with elevation levels of 727 feet above New York City in the building’s famous crown. The lofty residence resides over floors 50 to 58, with a 408-square-foot private observatory terrace. Priced at $79 million (originally priced at $110 million when it first listed in 2017), it was designed by award-winning architect David Hotson.
Amenities at the Woolworth Tower Residences include a grand lobby featuring the coffered ceiling from Frank Woolworth’s office, marble floors and a custom-wood crafted desk, a full-time concierge and a 24-hour doorman. Residents also have access to a 50-foot lap pool, a sauna, a hot tub, lounge, on-site parking, a fitness center, and a wine cellar and tasting room.