Mystery buyer of One57’s $100.5M penthouse revealed
The sale holds the record for the most expensive home ever sold in New York City
The secret encompassing who was in charge of dropping $100.5 million on an One57 penthouse in 2014 has been unraveled and it was none other than uber rich author and CEO of Dell Technologies, Michael Dell, reports the Wall Street Journal.
The deal, which was first declared in May 2012 however didn’t in reality close until December 2014, holds the record for the most costly home at any point sold in New York City.
Per the WSJ, Dell has tapped Miró Rivera Architects to rudder a remodel of the 10,923-square-foot duplex that incorporates six rooms and six restrooms, spread over the 89th and 90th floors of the Extell-created supertall.
Dell’s over the top penthouse likely won’t hold the record for priciest apartment suite sold in NYC for any longer: A four-story penthouse at Vornado Realty Trust’s 220 Central Park South is purportedly in contract and anticipated that would close for more than $200 million, making it the new record holder by far.