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The Five Priciest Condos For Sale at the Four Seasons

Since it opened in 2012, The Four Seasons Private Residences on Yorkville Avenue has had a reputation for luxury and exclusivity, at stratospheric prices. Let's have a look at the most expensive suites for sale in the building.


↑ Unit 2401: $13,495,000
If you thought FSPR's most expensive suite would be a penthouse, think again. This two-bedroom, four-bath unit on the 24th floor is listed for around $8,000,000 more than the next-priciest one on this list. Why? For one thing, it's got a 2,000 sq. ft. terrace that wraps around it, with walkouts from nearly every room. The kitchen has state-of-the-art built-in appliances (including a Wolf gas range). 2401 also comes with four highly-prized parking spots and three storage lockers. Monthly fees are a killer, at $3,746.06—although when you're forking over nearly $14M for a condo, another $4K per month is probably chump change.


↑ Unit 4501: $5,350,000
This three-bedroom suite on the 45th floor has incredible views of the city from its corner vantage point. The fantastic terrace runs around both sides of the unit. The master bath has his and hers showers (or his and his, hers and hers, etc.). Marble floors, everywhere. French country-style kitchen with Wolf range, built-in refrigerator and freezer drawers, and a Subzero wine cellar. They could have tidied that closet up a little.


↑ Unit 3603: $5,200,000
Three bedrooms and three bathrooms in this condo on the southeast corner of the 36th floor. The unit has never been lived in, so here's your chance to move in and not worry about undoing anyone's bad decorating decisions. 3603 has a contemporay-style kitchen with simple, modern white and stainless cabinetry and a polished black marble floor (don't drop anything!). The baths are marble, too. Live like a Roman!


↑ Unit 3004: $4,499,000
Two bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a lot of purple and black. This Art-Deco-inspired suite comes completely furnished, with eccentric touches like a black-and-white ponyskin rug and zany dining room chairs with Lucite backs. The kitchen is very cool, with dark, shiny zebrawood cabinetry and the same high-end Wolf and Subzero appliances as the other units. Buy this one and you'll want to lounge around quoting Dorothy Parker and Noel Coward.


↑ Unit 4602: $4,350,000
Lastly, this stunning unit on the 46th floor has a tenant in place already, so you can buy it and live off the rental income (until you decide to boot the tenant out). It has three bedrooms and three baths, shiny marble floors everywhere, and slightly-fussy cabinets in the kitchen and baths. Check out that huge Rembrandt self-portrait in the bedroom. He'd always be looking right at you.