Now, it is it’s a real look at a million dollars.

Exclusive review of tomorrow Listing for a million dollars in New Yorkon air on August 12, captures a realtor Steve Gold falling in love with him penthouse dreams. Too bad it’s just an appointment record!

Steve visits the extensive penthouse 88A at 15 Hudson Yards, which recently hit the market. “Holy shizzell,” Steve says as he walks through the stunning 5,211-square-foot home. “This room is unlike anything I’ve seen in New York real estate.”

The luxury apartment is at an altitude of 900 feet in the sky, with an “amazing” unobstructed view of 270 degrees and a double height, 26-foot ceilings. According to the developer, the whole house is centered around a “four-leaf clover shape.” Stunning curved glass windows cover the central living room to decorate a magnificent view of Manhattan.

With a dining table for ten people and a two-sided fireplace made of obsidian as the official central part, it is obvious that the interior designer Joan Benke meant entertaining. The house with four bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms also boasts an “everyday” open kitchen concept and a home office.

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