Inson Wood Collaborates with Ivanka Trump to Promote Kate Shin’s $39,000,000 Waterfall Mansion

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The Waterfall Mansion, listed by Trump International Realty New York, is a stunning residential space located at 170 East 80th Street.

The NYC townhouse was originally built in 1899 as an incredible masterpiece, and it is now named for its most unique feature: it’s 23-foot indoor waterfall. In 2008, Kate Shin purchased the home to transform it into something even more special, incorporating green, modern designs with dazzling architectural features.

Kate Shin notes, “The Upper East Side has usurped Central Park West as the Gold Coast of Manhattan. It is here where luxury buyers are vying for the glamour and style of New York living together with the quiet, privacy and elegance within a 21st century modern home.”

The Waterfall Mansion was officially unveiled last week at an exclusive cocktail party featuring celebrity interior designer Inson Wood, who curated the space with pieces by Jeff Koons, Andy Warhol and Richard Serra.

The home offers a spectacular seven levels, nine rooms, eight bathrooms and 13,000 square feet of living space. Amazing features include a spa lounge with jacuzzi, LEED-certified HVAC system, roof garden, roomy master suite, grass terrace, state-of-the-art bathroom and kitchen fixtures and lower level media room.

Fuente: hauteresidence.com

Manhattan’s Most Expensive Property Listed for $125 Million

 

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By Jennifer Kamm

Looking for the most expensive property in Manhattan? Well, look no more. The Pierre Hotel penthouse just hit the market for $125 and is currently being touted as the city’s priciest penthouse, according to Forbes.

Located at 795 Fifth Avenue on the Upper East Side, the 16 room penthouse encompasses the entire 41st, 42nd and 43rd floors. It features five en-suite bedrooms, six bathrooms, plus four terraces with breathtaking views of Manhattan. The unit also boasts 23-foot ceilings, large windows and intricate architectural details.

The sprawling space was previously owned by author and stock market analyst Martin Zweig, who died in February at the age of 70. Zweig bought the apartment in 1999 for $21.5 million in an all-cash transaction, as the Pierre Hotel does not allow financing.

Fuente: http://www.hauteresidence.com