Sitting on top of the world indeed!
The Woolworth Pinnacle Penthouse awaits a buyer with vision and $79 million.
The five-floor spire located 727 feet in the sky is at the top of the Woolworth building, which was the tallest building in the world when it was built in 1913, according to the developer’s website.
Now, the 9,680-square-foot space with panoramic views is the definition of potential — just steel beams, unfinished interiors painted white and staging furniture to help buyers imagine the layout.
But designer Thierry W Despont — who worked on the Statue of Liberty, the Ritz Hotel Paris, and 220 Central Park South — has a vision for the cylindrical peak: to transform it into a ritzy penthouse.