Who Wants To Buy A $150 Million Condo?

If it's you, consider today your lucky day! This one can be yours for the low, low price of $18,750,000 per bathroom.

That’s the price set by developer Chetrit Group for a 21,500-square-foot (2,000-square-meter) triplex at the former Sony Building in Midtown, according to documents filed with the New York State attorney general’s office. It would be a record for a residential listing, topping a $130 million offering planned at Zeckendorf Development Co.’s 520 Park Ave. As luxury apartments proliferate in Manhattan, builders are offering their premier units at ever-higher prices as a way of standing out from the crowd, said Jonathan Miller, president of New York appraiser Miller Samuel Inc. So far, the highest price ever paid for a condominium in the city is $100.5 million, a deal completed in December for a duplex penthouse at the One57 tower...Chetrit Group, led by Joseph Chetrit, is converting the former offices of Sony Corp.’s U.S. headquarters at 550 Madison Ave. into luxury residences. The $150 million triplex, on the 33rd through 35th floors, will have eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a spa and a wine room, according to the attorney general’s office, which oversees condo development plans.