New York's highest, most expensive penthouse with a price tag of $6-$8 thousand dollars a square foot.
It's no secret that property in New York is expensive.
But the completion of the city's tallest residential building will literally take things to a new level.
And people are willing to shell out millions to get a piece of it.
So what makes it so special?
Soaring over a thousand feet above the streets of New York is 157th west 57th street.
When finished in early 2014, it will be the tallest residential building in New York city and one of the most expensive places to live.
It will have 92 luxury apartments, with a price tag of between $6 - 8 thousand dollars a square foot.
The two duplex penthouse units are already in contract for between 90 and 100 million dollars and they are not even finished yet.
Extell Development President Gary Barnett gave us an exclusive tour of what many call the "billionaires building."
"What is it about this building that commands such incredibly enormous prices?"
"Central park, direct long view, is really the money shot. And none of the other buildings really have this kind of long view of central park, lateral views angular views."
The views are impressive but, it still begs the question: "Who are the buyers?"
"We really have buyers from everywhere all over the world. We were a little surprised to have I'd say between 40-50% of our buyers are actually American. We have a lot of buyers from China, we have some from Russia, we have a European buyer, really from all over the world."
Buyers apparently willing to roll the dice.
"But weren't you even surprised by the Chinese mother who bought an apartment for her two year old daughter? Seriously?"
"I think she's making a great investment and she obviously loves her daughter."
"Thinking far ahead."
It's not just the views the building is known for.
During hurricane Sandy the building garnered attention when the rooftop crane snapped due to high winds leaving it dangling 1000 feet above city streets.
But that didn't put off buyers.
This model apartment shows off the amenities a cool 17 million will buy for a 3,000 square foot unit.
Italian marble walls and heated floors in the bathrooms, dual stoves and ovens in the kitchen, and then of course, that priceless vista of the Manhattan skyline.
"With sales expected to top two billion dollars and already 70% of the units sold, this is what you call a luxury bedroom suite."