Buy The Entire 8th Floor Of The Epic Hertzog & de Meuron Building

Developer, Ian Schrager, took the building's penthouse for himself, but sold it to William Kriegel for almost $18 million. Now, the asking price is $27 million, reports Curbed.

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Developer, Ian Schrager, took the building's penthouse for himself, but sold it to William Kriegel for almost $18 million. Now, the asking price is $27 million, reports Curbed. The emerald-glass building at 40 Bond Street was the first American commission by renowned architects Herzog & de Meuron.
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The light, airy living room has a sleek wood-burning fireplace.
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With floor-to-ceiling windows, the living room gives Southern and Northern city views.
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A stylish dining room offers beautiful city views at night, and is bathed in light during the day.
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The Austrian smoked oak wood kitchen has Corian counters and professional appliances.
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The apartment spans almost 140 feet of south-facing frontage overlooking a Jeff Mendoza-designed 20-foot terrace.
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The master suite has a spacious bedroom with a fireplace, also overlooking the terrace, with an en suite bathroom, and his and hers offices.
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The master suite also includes a massive windowed walk-in closet.
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