And it comes with its very own 421a tax abatement for the next two decades.
The building at 10 Riverside Boulevard, which takes up a city block, has also been featured in shows like “And Just Like That …” as well as “Billions.”
The full-floor penthouse is 6,500 square feet and features five bedrooms, an open chef’s kitchen and an entertainment-ready terrace with an outdoor kitchen, a fireplace and sunset views over the Hudson River.
Over-the-top shared amenities in the building, designed by Richard Meier & Partners Architects, include a tennis court, a skate park, a roof deck, a gym and a pool.
It also houses Harry’s Table — a 28,000-square-foot space with 100 seats in the food market area and more than 100 seats in its indoor/outdoor Bellini restaurant.
Residents also have access to its private dining and catering services.
Ex-Brit turned Manhattan resident since 2008.