The house in which lived a prince
• The house in which he lives, Prince
Expensive real estate in New York, you can surprise perhaps that those who have never heard the word "penthouse", and in general not interested in where people raise personal elevators. Despite the exorbitant cost of these apartments is almost never empty, and even more rarely they take random people, never shone on the pages of Forbes. That triplex in the Upper West Side costing around 48, 5 million dollars does not belong to anyone anyhow, and Saudi Prince Nawaf bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. But not for long, judging by the owner's intention to sell the property, and it's probably not the money.
We thoroughly understand, what other amenities, but three bullet-proof rooms and a living room with views of the Hudson River, the Prince will have to leave soon.
Prince Apartments occupy the 5th, 6th and 7th floors of the 31-story Trump Place building.
The present day form flat acquired following the merger of six different rooms on three different floors.
Almost all rooms triplex offers breathtaking views of the Hudson River.
The interior is filled with expensive Italian marble Calacatta and chandeliers Baccarat.
The dining room designed for 18 people.
In total, Prince 4 bedroom apartment.
Each bedroom has its own adjoining lounge.
The four bathrooms are six baths and showers.
Do not cost a prince and without a personal gym.
On each floor there is one bullet-proof security room.
Pool table in the game room.
Hair Salon & Spa.
The bar counter.
A special pride of the apartment is Crestron security system that monitors visitors, lighting, TV, jacuzzi, etc automatically.
Cigar room is equipped with independent ventilation system.
The apartments are also located aquariums with marine life, a sushi bar and a 6-person jacuzzi.
By simple mathematical calculations you can see that the cost of one square meter in the Prince's apartment is more than 15 thousand dollars.