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The $35 Million Gucci Family Penthouse in New York City 

While the Italian fashion empire Gucci is synonymous with haute couture and exquisite leather goods, its legacy also extends into the realm of real estate. Nestled within the vibrant landscape of New York City, the Gucci family’s penthouse pied-à-terre stands as a testament to their multifaceted endeavors. Originally acquired in the 1970s by Maurizio Gucci, the former patriarch of the Gucci dynasty, the residence now belongs to his daughters, Alessandra and Allegra Gucci.

Located on the top two floors of the famed Olympic Tower in the iconic heart of Manhattan. Penthouse 4/5 is the ultimate canvas for those seeking the perfect place to create a custom trophy residence at one of the most sought-after buildings for celebrities, industry leaders, royalty, and more.

 Over 9,000 square feet of space is spread across two expansive floors offering sweeping river-to-river city views of the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, the Chrysler Building, and St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Marvelous structural elements can accommodate and accentuate any design motifs and lifestyle needs. Truly, the possibilities are endless. 

Located on Fifth Avenue, The Olympic Tower is a historic luxury condominium with discreet, highly professional service staff. The building has a fully-equipped gym and concierge, and it is moments from renowned Manhattan landmarks like Rockefeller Center, MoMA, Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, Grand Central Terminal, Bryant Park, the Theater District, and Central Park. 

The Gucci family’s penthouse in New York City epitomizes their diverse legacy, seamlessly blending fashion with real estate in the iconic Olympic Tower. With over 2,000 sq ft of entertainment space, Penthouse 4/5 offers an unparalleled canvas for creating a bespoke residence in the heart of Manhattan’s most coveted address.”  – Bill Kowalczuk, Serhant
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Exclusively listed with Ryan Serhant and Bill Kowalczuk  of Serhant

(Images with furniture are virtually rendered)