200 Amsterdam, the tallest building on the Upper West Side, just released to market two duplex penthouses situated on the top four floors. Developed by SJP Properties and Mitsui Fudosan America and designed by Elkus Manfredi, the 668-foot-tall tower has a total of ten penthouses, which begin on the 41st floor and encompass eight full-floor homes in addition to the two duplexes.
The $40 million penthouse spans the 51st and 52nd floors and the $38 million residence spans the 49th and 50th. Each has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, two powder rooms, and private 650-square-foot terraces. The duplex penthouses have approximately 6,500 square feet of living space, uninterrupted 116-foot-long and 20-foot-tall floor-to-ceiling windows, private elevators, and dramatic staircases clad in glass and brushed nickel.
Design elements include white oak chevron floors throughout, stone fireplaces in the living room and largest bedroom, a midnight bar and under-counter refrigerator in the corner primary bedroom, and a study with sweeping views. Eat-in kitchens are outfitted with Calacatta marble islands, white oak cabinetry with satin nickel hardware, SubZero, Wolf, and Miele appliances, and eight-foot-tall sliding glass doors for indoor/outdoor living and entertaining.
The first penthouse residence on 200 Amsterdam’s 47th floor recently sold for $17.5 million. Occupancy is expected to begin this summer.