“Supersized” apartments are a hot sector of the market, The Real Deal magazine reports in its latest issue, as real estate developers look for ways to appeal to wealthy buyers. The list of new supersized buildings includes CORE’s upcoming Walker Tower development, but with the launch of sales at Walker Tower still a few weeks out, we thought we’d highlight three other supersized pads currently on the market.
This Chelsea apartment isn’t called the “Skyhouse” for no reason. The mansion-in-the-sky, a triplex sitting atop a landmark building, has 5,000 square feet of indoor space along with an almost unheard of 6,000 square feet of private outdoor space. No neighbors, four exposures, and striking views of the Hudson River and Empire State Building — it’s a supersized home for a supersized lifestyle.
For anyone who wants to be able to customize their living space while remaining in one of downtown’s trendiest neighborhoods, this massive loft on Mulberry Street is a dream apartment. Spanning over 4,000 square feet, it has authentic original details — including exposed brick archways throughout, exposed wood beams, and original floors — creating a charming home that can also be used for live/work purposes. Calling all artists?
This combination duplex unit on two full floors of Murray Hill’s Morgan Court is one-of-a-kind, literally. The buyer will get the opportunity to customize the 4,500 square feet of space to their liking, renovated by the sponsor. That means 3-5 bedrooms and 4-6 bathrooms, and, for extra supersizing bonus points, there’s also a private elevator.