NYC ‘Succession’ penthouse sells for $35M

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Not only is it a luxury apartment in the sky, but it’s also a penthouse that appeared on the HBO series Legacy – and now, away from the screen, it has a new owner.

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This penthouse, located on the 90th floor of 35 Hudson Yards, which serves as the fictional home of Kendall’s murderous, plotting and tortured son Roy (Jeremy Strong) is was sold for $35 millionaccording to city property records.

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The identity of the buyer is not known. Whoever it was, they bought it under the shell company Sky Palace LLC.

The house was originally asked for $59 million, as reported by Gimme Shelter in 2021. In addition to its on-screen appeal, the home also featured the tallest deck in the city that was on the market at the time — hovering 920 feet above street level. (The $250 million Central Park Tower condominium, which just went on the market, has a sundeck that’s even taller.)

Say hello to a private deck that soars over 900 feet above street level.
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Another view of the terrace.
Another view of the terrace.
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A large room.
A large room.
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The property looks at broad prospects.
The property looks at broad prospects.
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Dining room with great views of the city and water.
Dining room with great views of the city and water.
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35 Hudson Yards.
35 Hudson Yards.
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Late last year, we reported that this Hudson Yards penthouse, which was asking $54 million at the time, would appear in several episodes of the show’s third season.

The five-bedroom, 6½-bathroom home occupies a royal 10,171 sq. foot. It has a private elevator landing, ceiling heights up to 14 feet and French oak floors. The dining room is designed for 12 people, and the corner kitchen is equipped with a breakfast bar.

What’s more, there’s a large 1,000-square-foot room with two fireplaces. And, thanks to the height of the house, it overlooks a corridor of views: the World Trade Center, the Statue of Liberty, bridges over the East River and even the Atlantic Ocean.

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