This famous residential skyscraper in Manhattan is one of the tallest in the world, has some spectacular views. The facade of this luxury apartment is treaded with an LED lighting system that can change colors and be controlled from the street.
It's kind of impossible to get over the views on display from each of the apartment's five bedrooms. Designed by acclaimed architect Tony Ingrao, the penthouse takes up two floors of New York's Baccarat Hotel.
Guests will be welcomed by a stunning spherical light hanging from the high ceilings of this grand entryway. A warm red accent wall and herringbone patterned hardwood floors draw the eye to the oversized window across the hallway to the stunning skyline view of the city.
The living area in this residential skyscraper provides a stunning skyline view of Manhattan, a lengthy sectional with plenty of seating, a marble fireplace and silver custom-designed wool and silk rug.
This residential skyscraper is one of the tallest and most famous in the world, and provides a stunning view of the city from every room in the apartment. The master bathroom is no exception, with a modern, white soaking tub in front of the expansive window, marble tile flooring and walk-in shower.
This great room features a glass wall that offers sweeping lake views. Instead of using steel as a structural support, the wall is supported by stacked glass, similar to an urban skyscraper. An automated cabinet above the fireplace opens at the click of a button to reveal the TV. Meanwhile, ceiling beams and warm wood finishes give a nod to the home's Mediterranean design.