Inside New York's most expensive apartment

In the sky-high world of Manhattan real estate, two new plateaus have been reached: The highest condo in the nation -- on the 89th and 90th floors -- sold for more than $90 million, the most ever paid for an apartment in the city that never sleeps.

One of New York's tallest buildings
One of New York's tallest buildings
One57 is still under construction, but this rendering shows what it will look like from Central Park.

Soaring 1,000 feet high and boasting 90 stories, the building dominates even its tallest neighbors.

It's location near Central Park, Carnegie Hall and the theater district makes it the prime spot for someone who loves to soak in New York's best offerings.


By Les Christie @CNNMoney - Last updated May 18 2012: 5:05 PM ET
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