Top 10 Luxury Apartments in the World


After taking a peek at the homes of billionaires on this list, here's a look inside the homes of the world's top ten billionaires. The high price of these apartments gives you some great features like a 25-seat cinema and a 75-foot swimming pool. Whoa, can you believe that? Check them out below:

1. One Hyde Park, London

Average Price Per Square Foot: US$9,906  Penthouse: US$226.9 million  One of the most discussed apartment buildings, One Hyde Park is one of those places where there is a lot of entertainment for the residents, such as a golf simulator, private theater, and squash court, to name a few. [gallery ids="4083,4084,4085,4086,4087,4088"]

2. 432 Park Avenue, New York

Average Price Per Square Foot: US$6,742 Penthouse: US$95 million 432 is the tallest residential building in New York. Your attic consists of six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and a library. You can also have a winery, 75-foot indoor pool, spa, and gym here at 432. [gallery ids="4091,4092,4094,4095,4096,4097"]

3. One57, New York

Average Price Per Square Foot: US$6,000 Penthouse: US$90 million With 95 apartments and amenities like a yoga studio, craft workshop room, and pet grooming room, One57 is a great place to live. [gallery ids="4104,4103,4102,4101,4100,4099"]

4. South Bank Tower, London

Average Price Per Square Foot: US$3,300  Penthouse: US$90 million It is a 41 story building consisting of 191 luxury apartments. It was built on the River Thames and overlooks the infamous London Eye. Your attic is a trio with two roofs. [gallery ids="4105,4106,4107,4109,4110,4108"]

5. Tour Odeon, Monaco

Average Price Per Square Foot: US$8,900 Top Apartment: US$65.7 million  At over 550 feet, Tour Odeon is the tallest building in Monaco, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. It features 70 luxurious apartments with large windows. The Sky Penthouse occupies the top five floors of the building and also includes a private infinity pool. [gallery columns="5" ids="4111,4112,4113,4114,4115"]  

6. Opus Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Average Price Per Square Foot: US$10,740  Top Published Price: US$58.6 million An apartment on the eighth floor of this skyscraper holds the record for being the most expensive apartment sold in the city. In addition to many amazing amenities, it also has rainwater recycling to charge electric cars and irrigation systems. [gallery columns="5" ids="4116,4117,4118,4119,4120"]

7. 56 Leonard, New York

Average Price Per Square Foot: US$6,000 Penthouse: US$47 million This beautiful building is constructed almost entirely of cantilever glass. His penthouse is one of the most expensive homes sold in Manhattan. It also houses a 25-seat theater and a 75-foot indoor pool for its residents. [gallery ids="4121,4122,4123,4124,4125,4126"]

8. Clermont Residence, Singapore

Average Price Per Square Foot: US$2,360 Penthouse: US$47 million Above the 290-meter-high Tanjung Pagar Center is Singapore's tallest building, the Claremont Residence. The building, which will be completed in 2016, will include 180 apartments as well as penthouses of 14,500 square feet. [gallery ids="4127,4128,4129"]

9. One Thousand Museum Condos, Miami

Average Price Per Square Foot: US$1,100 Penthouse: US$45 million With two floors of wellness and spa facilities, a sundeck, and a private helipad, the Thousand One Museum is simply stunning. [gallery columns="2" ids="4130,4131"]

10. One Madison, New York

Average Price Per Square Foot: US$5,000 Penthouse: US$43 million One Madison is a slender 60-story glass tower that offers amenities like an indoor pool with marble walls and butler service. This place is home to many famous people, such as Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen. [gallery ids="4135,4134,4133"] Also Read: Trends for Home Decor in 2021