Most people will never pay more than $50,000 a year in rent, ever. The average cost of an apartment in the United States is around 1,500 a month and even then, some still struggle to meet up. Not you though, youre part of the proverbial 1% and that is why the subject of this article got you all giddy. Well for those 99%’ers, I think it’s fair to ask you to look away now because you’ll not like what you see next.
An apartment just got listed in the Sunny Isles beach area for $39 million, making it the second most expensive condo listed in the county itself. The kicker is this: whomever sprawls for the brand spanking new apartment also gets a chic, shiny pink diamond, estimated to be worth around $500,000 as a complementary gift.
If you wanted a description of the space, here it is: The penthouse has just under 11,000 square feet of space inside and another 6,000 feet of terrace and rooftop space. The unit comes with a pneumatic glass elevator that ferries guests right to the rooftop to enjoy an outdoor bar and private pool with a waterfall.
Prior to being listed, the condo was expected to go for $40 million. Another unit in the triplex, the Beach House, is reportedly on the market for $29 million, down $6 million from its initial listing in May.
The penthouse unit comes with six bedrooms. Two of those bedrooms are master suites complete with their own bars. The large great room has a stone staircase and chandelier with more than 225 floating glass pendants that resemble rain during the daytime and the constellations at night. The condo has a kosher kitchen and a wine cellar that can hold 1,000 bottles as well as an entire wing devoted to entertainment with an 1,100-square foot game room and movie theatre. The master bath is 1,500 square feet and is cladded in full-slab Calcutta Gold stonework. The condo also has an enormous steam room, sauna and Jacuzzi as well as a towel-warming wall.
The community in which the house is located, is a very high brow neighbourhood and sprawling for this apartment means sharing common space with celebrities, sportspeople, politicians and other power players. Who wouldn’t want this live for themselves?
The $39 million unit is one of 37 residences, all of which occupy a full floor in the luxury tower. Building amenities include a wine cellar, champagne bar, children’s playhouse, fitness center, six pools, and a full-service spa and Beach Club overlooking the ocean.