South Bank Tower London was originally built in 1972 by Sir Richard Seifert in 1972, however, the building has since been redesigned and transformed into a 41-storey building with unrivalled views of the river Thames, London Eye and city beyond. The asking price for the penthouse is $90 million.
One Hyde Park in London developed by the Candy Brothers holds a penthouse with amenities that include a golf simulator, private cinema and squash court with the penthouse selling for $227 million.
New York Penthouses
432 Park Avenue in New York developed by Harry Macklowe. The Penthouse of the building has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and a library. Other features include a wine cellar, indoor swimming pool and a spa and fitness centre for the price of $95 million.
One57 in New York towers 1,004 feet over Manhattan developed by Gary Barnett’s Extell. The tower holds 95 condos with a yoga studio, arts and crafts room and a pet grooming room with interiors designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen. The Penthouse of this breath-taking building sold for $90 million
Penthouse in Hong Kong
The Peak in Hong Kong is home to the Penthouse named House No 1. The penthouse developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties features a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, garden and roof terrace that provide stunning views of the city. The Penthouse even has its own elevator in the property to help owners get around. The price tag for this penthouse is $102 million.
Monte Carlo Penthouse
Monte Carlo is the home of the Odeon Penthouse that sits on the Mediterranean coast. The penthouse features an infinity pool with 360-degree views and even a water slide. The property comes with a private chauffeur, a 24-hour concierge service and health club access, with all these features it is no wonder why the penthouse is priced so highly at $335 million.
This Penthouse in the Wallich Residence sits 64 stories tall in Singapore. Named “the highest residence in Singapore” its reputation does not disappoint as the penthouse even has its own lift. Residents can enjoy a super-sized living room with a James Bond-style “secret den” with an entrance that is concealed by a rotating cabinet.
The Penthouse also benefits from a pool, cabana, entertainment area, jacuzzi and panoramic views at the price of $79.65 million.
These are just some of the worlds most expensive penthouses. With the boundaries of luxury continually being pushed paired with highly sought-after locations who knows what the rest of 2019 and 2020 holds for the development of the world’s most amazing property.