This Is The Man Who Bought New York City's First-Ever $100 Million Apartment

By on March 1, 2018 in ArticlesCelebrity Homes

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Back in 2014, the most expensive home to ever grace New York's real estate market was sold to an anonymous buyer. Now, four years later, the mystery has been solved: Multibillionaire Michael Dell is the owner of the $100.47 million Manhattan penthouse.

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The Dell Inc. CEO's 10,923-square-foot home includes six bedrooms and six bathrooms, and spans the 89th and 90th floors of One57—the 1,005-foot-tall skyscraper that's located in Midtown. The luxury condominium building, formerly Carnegie 57, is located on the recently dubbed "Billionaire Row.

To personalize the space, the 53-year-old Texas native is reportedly planning to hire Austin-based Miró Rivera Architects. Take a peek inside the awe-inspiring pad before Dell purchased it:

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