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

By on March 1, 2018 in ArticlesCelebrity Homes

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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