Not only is this a deluxe apartment in the sky, it’s also a penthouse that has appeared in the HBO series “Succession” — and now, away from the screen, it has a new owner.
This penthouse, perched on the 90th floor of 35 Hudson Yards — which serves as the fictional home of the murderous, plotting and tortured son Kendall Roy (Jeremy Strong) — has sold for $35 million, according to city property records.
The identity of the buyer isn’t known. Whoever it is, they aplty purchased it under a shell company named Sky Palace LLC.
The home originally asked $59 million, as Gimme Shelter reported in 2021. And beyond its screen appeal, the spread was also home to the city’s highest-perched terrace that was on the market at the time — hovering 920 feet above street level. (A $250 million Central Park Tower condo, which just hit the market, comes with a glass-enclosed terrace that’s even higher.)
Late last year, we reported this Hudson Yards penthouse, which at that time asked $54 million, would appear in multiple episodes of the show’s third season.
The five-bedroom, 6½-bathroom home is a regal 10,171 square feet. It comes with a private elevator landing, ceiling heights that rise to 14 feet and French oak floors. A dining room has space for 12, while the corner kitchen comes with a breakfast bar.
What’s more, there’s a 1,000-square-foot great room with two fireplaces. And, thanks to the home’s altitude, it looks out to a corridor of views: the World Trade Center, the Statue of Liberty, the East River Bridges and even the Atlantic Ocean.
Ex-Brit turned Manhattan resident since 2008.