This is a unique opportunity to purchase 4,220 square feet encompassing the entire 28th floor of 215 Chrystie, asking $13.995 million. Similar full-floor penthouses in the building traded in the $16 to $21 million range. The 28th floor is a combination 28East (a 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom with 2,243 sq.ft.) and 28West (a 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom with 1,977 sq.ft.). The 28th floor has 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and a powder room with breathtaking views in all directions and a front-row seat to an ever-changing sky and sunsets over Manhattan. The unit provides privacy, exclusivity, and high security in an 11-unit condo building perched atop The Public Hotel. The condo building has its own private entrance down the block. The sleek architecture and finishes feature two great rooms-each measuring 42.5' x19'with 10-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling glass windows. Master suites include dressing rooms, extensive closet space, and oversized windowed 5-fixture bathrooms with custom designed floating tubs and large glass showers overlooking the city. The great rooms are appointed withwalnut feature walls and door casings matching the kitchen cabinetry that incorporate basaltina countertops and backsplashes. Kitchen appliances include a Miele 5-burner gas cooktop, Wolf oven, Miele dishwasher and coffee/expresso machine. Designed by Pritzker prize-winning Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron who designed the Tate Modern Museum in London and the Beijing Olympic Bird's Nest stadium, 215 Chrystie is an architectural touchstone. It is a rare exoskeleton design, affording column-free interiors, exemplifying the finest in luxury building. 215 Chrystie owners have use of all hotel facilities and amenities including gym andrestaurant service.