Get ready to step inside one of the dreamy, luxe homes that will be featured on Season 9 of “Million Dollar Listing.”
Star Steve Gold has revealed to The Post one of the luxury properties that will be featured on this season of Bravo’s hit real estate television show premiering May 6.
“This is kind of the OG of the Supertalls,” Gold told The Post of the curved-top 67-floor condominium at One57 in Manhattan, which was finished in 2014.
The three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom property has $4 million in renovations — so it’s even ritzier than the rest of the units in the Billionaire’s Row building.
“We filmed it for this upcoming season, and it’s one of those [properties] that when we walk in, they’re [prospective renters are] floored,” he said.
The rental is listed at $69,500 a month — down from its $85,000 a month listing price in December 2019 before the pandemic, according to StreetEasy.
“The main challenging elements to a listing like this is that a lot of folks who can spend that much on a rental in the city [New York City] are not in the city right now,” Gold told The Post.
For that very reason, season 9 of “Million Dollar Listing” will be a bit different than previous seasons — while New York real estate has always been competitive, the coronavirus pandemic has created an environment with few buyers and tons of properties on the market.
“You have to think outside the box to attract people who are coming back to the city. You have to be using creative thinking and marketing,” he said.
Gold wouldn’t reveal what “creative marketing” tactics he would use on the show, but he said that high-end rentals will be increasingly in high demand as vaccination efforts mature and New York reopens. Gold’s 4,100-square-foot pad with high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows appeared to still be on the market at the end of April, according to Realtor.com.
“Many people are coming back to New York for the first time from having left during COVID, and they’re nervous about buying. Rather than purchasing, they’re taking one to two-year leases to see whether they’re going to be living in New York in this transitory period,” luxury real estate attorney and One & Only Holdings founder Edward Mermelstein told The Post.
Completely redesigned by DHD architects, the home has black marble floors in the entry, which transition to black hardwood floors in the grand salon. The salon has two walls of slightly arched windows facing north and south, offering views of Central Park, the Chrysler Building and the Empire State building.
The condo has custom built-in bookshelves and a wet bar lined with bronze and hand-painted white gold leaf. The ceilings are finished in custom Venetian plaster, and the blue and purple suede sofas pair with tan and black leather chairs to create ample seating.
The sculpted ceiling vault has a cascading chandelier, creating a dining area.
The renter-to-be can also dine in the eat-in kitchen, which is finished with Smallbone cabinets, ebonized white oak and metal trim.
The kitchen island has a small wall which “provides privacy for the chef,” and it’s furnished with two refrigerators, two ovens, a wine fridge and other top-of-the-line Miele appliances, according to the DHD project description.
The corner owner’s suite has panoramic views of Central Park and the city. It offers a large walk-in dressing room, a built-in safe and a luxury bathroom with heated marble floors, two water closets, a walk-in shower and a separate luxury bathtub.
Each of the bedrooms each also has two closets and an en-suite bathroom, according to the listing.
The property is owned by a Singapore-based investor and was last purchased for $19 million in December 2019, according to New York City property records.
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