Last week I wrote about a 22-year-old Russian student who purchased New York City’s most expensive apartment at $88 million. To be more precise, it was her Russian oligarch billionaire father who paid for it. Inspired by this young woman’s sense of entitlement, this morning I’ve decided I’m going to call my own dad and ask him if he would be so kind as to buy me this 5-storey penthouse in the heart of Manhattan’s Tribeca district as a late Christmas present. I have a feeling he might respond with: “Suuuuuure, I can definitely cut you a cheque for a cool $28 million…right after you get your ass over here and help me fill the basement with firewood you lazy #%@!” Fine then. Somewhere out there is one lucky soul who will be able to afford this impressive 11,000 square-foot penthouse with its massive views, 3 huge terraces, and private roof garden. If that’s not enough there’s a full floor master suite with fireplace, a gigantic bathtub, a skylit walk-in-closet, separate jacuzzi room, and 1,000-bottle capacity wine cellar. A rooftop home gym crowns the home which is connected on each floor with a private elevator. For all you Russian tycoons out there, you can get more information by visiting Sotheby’s Realty.
Thanks To That $28 Million Cheque I Got For Christmas I Can Finally Afford This 5-Storey Tribeca Loft
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