A “superwide” Upper East Side penthouse has hit the market for $35 million.
The unit at 109 E. 79th St. features 5,700 square feet — on one floor. It also has the full rooftop as private outdoor space, which will be landscaped with crepe myrtle trees and an outdoor fireplace.
Corcoran Sunshine’s Cathy Franklin is handling sales.
The 20-story building features 31 two- to five-bedroom condos with generously proportioned rooms and ceiling heights.
The developer is Legion Investment Group.
The ground-up luxury building was designed in an old-school manner, harkening the legacy of Rosario Candela, by Steven Harris Architects.
The building features a double-height lobby, a lounge, library, game room, private garden, double-height gym with a squash court and yoga studio.
The penthouse listing comes shortly after the sale of a 19th-floor unit asking $25.85 million and an 18th-floor unit asking $32.5 million.