The 76th floor Penthouses at New York by Gehry - the highest residences within the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere - are among the only individual homes designed by Frank Gehry, aside from his personal residence. These rare and unique spaces offer a once in a lifetime experience above the New York skyline in the most acclaimed building of recent times. Each Penthouse occupies its own wing of the building with an unparalleled level of exclusivity and privacy. Each of the three Penthouse residences was conceived with the ultimate level of sophistication, every detail designed to cater to the most privileged lifestyle. Kitchens feature Sub-Zero and Liebherr refrigerators, wine refrigerators, 6-burner Miele cooktops with vented hoods and wall mounted pot fillers, warming drawers and double wall ovens. Spa-like four-and five-fixture master baths feature radiant heat flooring, glass enclosed walk-in showers with rainforest heads and body spray sets, Duravit soaking tubs with integrated air systems and wall mounted towel warmers. Additional features include remote controlled motorized solar shades and multi-zoned lighting systems. The undulating faade creates multiple exposures within every bay window and showcases limitless views enhanced by soaring ceiling heights - at all times of the day and night. 360 degree views experienced from the Penthouse floor include intimate perspectives of the Woolworth Building and downtown skyline, the Statue of Liberty, a breathtaking panorama capturing the Hudson and East Rivers converging into the New York Harbor and stretching to the Atlantic Ocean, all nine major area bridges, the iconic midtown skyscrapers and beyond. At 870 feet tall, New York by Gehry is an iconic addition to the New York skyline. For his first residential commission in New York City, master architect Frank Gehry has modernized the design language of the classic Manhattan high-rise and carried his distinctive aesthetic throughout the building and into the Penthouse residences. Gehrys innovative approach to the incorporation of bay windows at New York by Gehry created the towers dynamic silhouette. The bay windows at the Penthouse level truly create the opportunity to, as Gehry puts it, step into space.