The huge penthouse that in the Succession TV series is inhabited by Kendall Roy, one of the protagonists of the much discussed American series, has been put on the market for $29 million. Manhattan’s 5,500-square-feet triplex, designed and developed by Joe McMillan DDG, is perched atop an Upper East Side luxury tower known as 180 East 88th Street.
The house has very high ceilings, which in some places reach 28 feet and large floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Central Park and the city skyline, with exceptional panoramic views. A private elevator runs all three floors, as well as a sculptural spiral staircase.
The lower floor houses a huge living area, a dining room and a large room with a cozy fireplace and a bar, kitchen with island and another room that can be used as a library, private office, or room for domestic staff. The upper level houses five large bedrooms. The main suite features a fireplace, covered terrace, and walk-in closet. All is enriched by brass fixtures, marbles, and mosaic walls in the bathrooms.
The house on its three levels offers also a total of 3,500 square feet of outdoor spaces, with a roof terrace of 2,100 square feet at 467 feet above the city.