A triplex penthouse has hit the market for $26 million, and it might just be the healthiest residence in New York City. The stunning condo is located at the top of 66 East 11th Street—a building which was once home to Leonardo DiCaprio, is where New Age guru Deepak Chopra currently resides, and which offers a plethora of wellness-focused amenities for a health-centric approach to living.
Some features of the units in the building include antimicrobial coating on high-touch areas, vitamin C–filtered showers, “posture-supportive” oak flooring, in-duct aromatherapy, and individually programmed circadian lighting systems. Of course, the place also boasts top-notch architecture and design details.
Studio Parkington is responsible for the design inside the 7,693-square-foot triplex penthouse, some highlights of which include a handcrafted “floating” metal staircase and a beautiful glass atrium ceiling. The dwelling's master suite offers a view of One World Trade Center, plus a master bath and two walk-in closets. The five-star kitchen is equipped with a juicing station, a window-box herbarium, and a 78-bottle dual-zone wine refrigerator. The residence also boasts a private 2,342-square-foot rooftop terrace with unobstructed city views, a solarium, designated areas for landscaped gardens, a wet bar, an outdoor spa, and several seating areas.
Bespoke furnishings and decor including custom headboards, dining tables, and banquettes were provided by luxury real estate design and marketing firm, Interior Marketing Group.
With so many incredible details, it’s no wonder that Kim Kardashian, her mom Kris Jenner, and her younger sister Kendall Jenner were spotted touring the penthouse when it was previously on the market in 2014, although none of the Keeping Up With the Kardashians stars made an offer. As for DiCaprio, he owned his unit for two years before selling it for $8 million in 2016. But the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood actor is still connected to the building: He and current resident Chopra both serve on the advisory board of Delos Living, the company responsible for making the health and wellness perks a reality.
Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest