Monday, September 17, 2012


solarium with checkered floor, wooden benches, exposed brick, a pendant light and a view of New York City

What would you pay for a NYC triplex apartment with a terrace that is the size of a normal house?

Well this penthouse triplex in the West Village boasts over 2400 square feet of terrace and over 4000 square feet inside. 5 bedrooms, 4 baths, glass atrium, and a master bedroom that was once a ball room later and you are looking at a $30 million dollar price tag for this real estate listing.

The apartment is in an historic building built by famed developers Bing & Bing

Douglas Elliman has this listing.

So today I bring you this home in SEE THIS HOUSE!

terrace with a gazebo, rows of potted plants, a metal table with matching chairs and an amazing view of New York City

living room wooden chairs and a bench style sofa with brown patterned cushions, french doors and dark wood floor

study and home office with built in bookcase full of books, wooden chairs with blue patterned cushions, a pendant light and wood floors

dining room with long wood table, wooden chairs, a pendant light, white walls and framed pictures

solarium with black and white checkered floor, wood benches with cream colored cushions and a great few of New York City

patio deck with exposed brick, wood panneling, plants and wood outdoor chairs

triplex brick building exterior

floor plan of New York City penthouse

What do you think of this NYC penthouse?  Would you take it or leave it?

I think I would take it and refurnish it with a mix of some fantastic antiques and some well designed new pieces of furniture. What would you do?

Happy Monday!


P.S. Reader Jody R. sent me this picture below this weekend. She spotted a COCOCOZY Quatrefoil pillow at a store in Georgetown - A Mano! Jody and her hubby were doing a little furniture shopping when they ran into COCOCOZY textiles. Jody was so sweet to send me this photo. Exciting to see COCOCOZY in stores around the country!  Thank you Jody!

COCOCOZY pillow on a chair in A Mano
COCOCOZY Quatrefoil pillow at A Mano in Georgetown - spotted by COCOCOZY reader Jody R! (above)


  1. Oh I would take this penthouse in a heartbeat - just for that atrium and the outdoor areas. That first photo is stunning. I`d redecorate too.


  2. Gorgeous. I'm no designer, but is that, like, "rent-a-room" furniture? It seriously looks like the furniture provided in the "common rooms" in my college dorm.

  3. OMG. I could live in the corner and be happy!

  4. The furniture is not harmonious with the artchitecture. Its a great place but would show better without the Arts and Crafts furniture.

  5. The penthouse is amazing. What a lovely brick structure. The Stickley furniture is clearly not appropriate, but with a few choice antiques and great fabrics for upholstered pieces, this place would be divine.

  6. The space is great, the furniture is impossibly "mission"! Needs a makeover!

  7. Wow! What a gorgeous, light-filled and amazing space. I'm not sure about the price tag but it sure looks dreamy to me.

  8. LOVE, LOVE, Love the architecture and bones....would definitely get rid of the Craftsmen furnishings...all else is perfect.

  9. Absolutely the other half live eh? There's not much I'd change but that said for the money I think there are nicer apartments but that's just my taste.

  10. Can I move in NOW! I adore the atrium-I think I could live in there!

  11. Take the apartment and leave the furniture. It always amazes me that stunning homes are not justified with their owners furniture choices. Love the Atrium.

  12. OMG - what a view. And so much light in this beautiful apartment. Speachless. Wow.