Penthouse is the ultimate status symbol. The real estate experts make an interesting observation: in every country of the world, these lavish residences are sold the fastest. The demand for this segment of real estate has nothing to do with the economic crisis or the market decline. Since this is a one-off product, homebuyers acquire it quickly. Take a look at the dreamiest penthouse listings that hit the market so far in 2021, and don’t miss out on the opportunity to own the trophy property of a luxury building.
Beckford Tower, Penthouse 30
Envisioned by Tom Ford’s designer William Sofield Penthouse 30 at Beckford Tower is inspired by classic prewar design, with rarely seen features including an eat-in kitchen, formal dining room and an entry foyer and gallery. Listed at $30 million, the home offers 5,452 square feet of interior space, designed with herringbone floors, 12-foot ceilings and striking windows overlooking the city, and 893 square feet of terraces, which link to the living room and primary bedroom. The penthouse has six bedrooms and also provides access to Beckford Tower’s robust array of amenities, which include a basketball half court, indoor Art Deco swimming pool, private piano bar and lounge and game room.
Four Seasons Hotel & Private Residences One Dalton Street, Boston, Penthouse 1
One-of-a-kind duplex Penthouse 1 is located at the tallest residential building in New England and the tallest building constructed in Boston in over 40 years, Four Seasons Hotel & Private Residences One Dalton Street, Boston. Spanning over 7,200 square feet of living space across the building’s 60th and 61st floors, the $37.5 million home boasts direct elevator access, soaring ceilings, and a 620-square-foot double-height terrace with an outdoor fireplace. Sitting atop a Four Seasons hotel, the condominium provides residents with all the perks of a five-star hospitality experience, including amenities managed by Four Seasons and a dedicated cultural and lifestyle coordinator specifically for residents.
Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale, Penthouse 2202
Located at Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale, the city’s first-ever first-star development, a 6,168-square-foot Penthouse 2202 features direct elevator entry, unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean, a private rooftop pool, and the white-glove service the Four Seasons brand is known for. The $15.9 million home boasts Fort Lauderdale-specific offerings like a yachting concierge, on-call veterinarian, and resident landscape architect who can design greenery and lounges for the home’s 5,550 square feet of terrace space. Moreover, residents can enjoy access to the building’s state-of-the-art fitness center, two pools with luxury cabanas, beach butler service, and a signature Four Seasons spa.
Avora, Penthouse 1102
Perched atop the luxury waterfront condominium Avora in Weehawken’s Port Imperial neighborhood, the $2,498,000 two-floor penthouse with a glass rail staircase and furnishings by IMG spans 2,586 square feet and boasts a sprawling private terrace with striking views of the Hudson River and Midtown Manhattan, making it the ideal venue to host outdoor dinners, sundowners or to simply catch a few rays. Avora’s third floor features an outdoor plaza that’s home to a landscaped courtyard, complete with grills, dining areas, cabanas, a firepit and an outdoor pool with river and city views.