5 Most Expensive Luxury Apartments in The World

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Luxury Apartments are clean, stylish and modern, But nowadays prices of these luxury penthouse apartments in the city centers are soaring. These flagship apartments are getting more luxurious and comfortable to live in. They have built-in spas, restaurants, and other accommodations.

Let’s look at 5 of the most Expensive Luxury Apartments in The World along with their designers & developers.

6One Madison, New York

Average price per square foot: $5,000

Penthouse: $43 million

Situated at East 23rd Street in Manhattan, this slim and sleek 60-story glass skyscraper is already home to many celebrities including Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen. Business magnate Rupert Murdoch also spent $57 million buying the top four floors and combined triplex penthouse with the apartment below. One Madison is consisted of 53 units. It also has amenities such as an indoor pool and butler service.

Architecture Firm: CetraRuddy

Agent: The Related Companies

556 Leonard, New York

Average price per square foot: $6,000

Penthouse: $47 million

This artistic apartment is made from cantilevered glass, offering beautiful panoramic city views through its floor-to-ceiling windows. This penthouse is under contract for $47 million, which makes it one of the most expensive residences ever sold in downtown Manhattan.

Architecture Firm: Herzog & de Meuron

Agent: Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group

4Opus Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Average price per square foot: $10,740

Top published price: $58.6 million

Pritzker-winning Canadian-born American architect Frank Gehry designed this 12-story Opus skyscraper. This was Gehry’s first project in Asia. Located in green mountains this skyscraper has swimming pools, luxury floors and much more. Apartments in Opus provide breath-taking views of city. Opus is available only for rent.

Architect: Frank Gehry

Agent: Swire Properties

3Tour Odéon, Monaco

Average price per square foot: $8,900

Top Apartment: $65.7 million

This 550 feet tall skyscraper is the largest building in Monaco and the most luxurious too. It can let you see the entire Mediterranean sea. This beast has 70 luxury apartments with floor-to-ceiling windows. 35,500 square feet “Sky Penthouse” will consist of the top five floors of the building. The price of the penthouse is yet to be revealed but experts say that it will be as high as $387 million, making it the most expensive luxury penthouse in the world.

Architect: Alexandre Giraldi, Groupe Marzocco,  Alberto Pinto, Jean Mus

Agent: Knight Frank

2South Bank Tower, London

Average price per square foot: $3,300

Penthouse: $90 million, asking price

South Bank Tower was redesigned from a 30-story structure designed by Sir Richard Seifert to a 41-story building with 191 luxury apartments and office space. It was Due for completion in 2015, the building is located on the River Thames, and gives beautiful views of the London Eye and the city.

Architect:  Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, Johnson Naylor

Agents: Savills and CBRE

1One Hyde Park, London

Average price per square foot: $9,906

Penthouse: $227 million

Developed by Candy brothers, One Hyde Park is not a skyscraper but it is the London’s most hotly-discussed residential building, according to Wealth-X. According to developers, the penthouse of One Hyde Park sold for $227 million. Amenities of One Hyde Park include a golf simulator, private cinema, and a squash court.

Architect Firm:  Candy & Candy

Agents: Savills, Aylesford, Strutt & Parker


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