This award-winning, Paul Rudolph designed, penthouse was described by architect-critic Michael Sorkin as one of the most amazing pieces of modern urban domestic architecture produced in this country, a structure packing more finesse and design wallop in its volume than many architects manage to produce over their entire careers. At 3,000 square feet, the penthouse is comprised of three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Expansive multi-level entertaining spaces are wrapped in floor to ceiling glass walls to the East and South. The apartment is complete with a terrace on each floor facing both east and west. There is a wood burning fireplace and a large, chef's kitchen that includes a Gaggenau six burner stove, two Subzero refrigerators and a Bosch dishwasher. Imbued with Paul Rudolph's unique individual style, the four interconnected levels of the penthouse are encompassed by cantilevered floors, mezzanines, bridges, floating stairs, steel I beams, and pergolas.