New York City condo sells for record $100,471,452.77

New York City condo sells for record $100,471,452.77
One57, a new luxury skyscraper apartment building designed by French architect Christian de Portzamparc which is under construction on New York City’s West 57th street, is pictured April 24, 2014. Photo: Mike Segar

It just got a lot harder to keep up with the Joneses in Manhattan’s “Billionaire’s Row.”

A record-breaking $100 million luxury residence was purchased on Dec.23.

New York City condo sells for record $100,471,452.77
This is what the enclosed kitchens will look like. The minimum ceiling height in every apartment is 10′ 7″.

The buyer, whose identity has not been revealed, dished out more than $100 million ($100,471,452.77 to be exact) for a two-level duplex penthouse in skyscraper One57 in Midtown Manhattan.

The purchase is the highest price paid for a residence in New York City.

New York City condo sells for record $100,471,452.77
The built-in Miele coffee maker is another nice perk. You can be sure it’s as handy as a Starbucks barista.

The unit, no. 90, spans the 89th and 90th floors and is sure to offer breath-taking views of Central Park.

The building, designed by Christian De Portzampark, rises 1,000 feet and is a mixed-use building with 210 hotel rooms. Residents have access to in-room dining and spa services, a swimming pool and cleaning and dog-walking amenities.

New York City condo sells for record $100,471,452.77
Check out the view from the 86th floor in luxury building One57.

According to real estate website StreetEasy, there are currently 10 active sales in the building: a three-bedroom, four-bathroom residency is listed for just under $39 million, while a five-bedroom, 5,475 square- foot condo is listed at $31.8 million.