Inside a $25M NYC Penthouse with a Private Yoga Studio | On the Market | Architectural Digest



Join real estate agent Jade Chan for a tour of a $25M penthouse in New York City’s SOHO neighborhood. This apartment features a private elevator, a wrap-around terrace and its own yoga studio.
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Inside a $25M NYC Penthouse with a Private Yoga Studio | On the Market | Architectural Digest

38 comments

  1. I think this would be a steal for people who have $25M to expend and Vitamin D deficiency. Because the amount of places you can get "drenched in sunlight" is through the "rooftop".

  2. Amazing space, but OMFG did you call ikea? the furniture and accessories, look like somebody who grew up reading Cosmo but never actually decorated, stop being cheap, if your going to stage a 25 million dollar home, do it with 5 million dollar's worth of furniture and offer it, as a package optional

  3. I don’t care what anyone says, I really like this place. Ofc it needs to be styled much better, and on the outside I’d put a jacuzzi or a lap pool, and replace the yoga studio with a movie the theatre. It has a lot of potential.

    Too bad I’m to broke 😂

  4. The price of this unremarkable condo is like pricing your aging 2005 Corrola at around $250K.. You need to dial the price down by a figure.. Yoga at home is NOT the most luxurious thing in New York.. I grew up in the wealthiest neighborhood in Vancouver, so by default in Canada, and our $10 million dollar home was a MILLION times better.. Vancouver has the most expensive living in Canada, so to ser more for less there is saying a lot..

  5. Glad I haven't moved to this city when our business posed an opportunity to do so. By looking at all these apartments I see that I couldn't live in any of those. They all are some kind of weird attempts to replicate a normal house by using a tiny available space with views inevitably on some junk-yard that's masked behind the term "classic architecture". It's awkward.

  6. watching all these videos really makes me understand, I don't want to live in someone else's house. I don't agree with any of these terrible design choices, I would have to spend a fortune to renovate the place to how I want it.

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