Atelier 635 West 42nd Street #45

Real estate developer Daniel Neiditch is offering some luxury swag to go with his latest listing. A 15,000 square feet 10-bedroom, 11-bathroom apartment in the Atelier building at 635 West 42nd Street comes with:

  • a million-dollar yacht with five years of docking fees paid;
  • two Rolls Royce Phantoms;
  • a Lamborghini Aventador Roadster;
  • weekly dinner for two at Daniel Bolud’s restaurant Daniel for a year;
  • courtside season tickets to the Brooklyn Nets;
  • a Hamptons mansion rental for the summer;
  • live-in butler services;
  • a private chef for a year;
  • two seats on a trip to outer space.

Atelier 635 West 42nd Street #45Atelier 635 West 42nd Street #45

The listing does not specify when or how a new owner will actually get to outer space.

The unit is the most expensive in the building and with the price tag of $5,666 per square feet might set a record for that area and the neighborhood of Hells Kitchen.

Other apartments in the Atelier, for instance the $50M 12,500 sq ft unit on the 27th floor, do not include any of the additional perks.

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