Here's a New York listing from Zillow.
"A warm and sophisticated layout, the sixth floor residence is a one-of-a-kind full floor 2 bedroom plus windowed study and 3.5 bathroom home. A lush private terrace has 644 sun-drenched square feet accessible via the living room and master bedroom and provides an open-air retreat with the potential for outdoor grilling. Set above the quintessential SoHo town scape, the northern skyline views offer a sense of spaciousness and light unique to the neighborhood. Renowned architect and designer William T. Georgis fused the open plans found downtown with the hierarchy of uptown, pre-war apartments to create an elegant and exclusive environment. Upon entry from the locked elevator is a gracious formal gallery luxuriously scaled to exhibit artwork. The gallery leads to a generously proportioned living room with a triple exposure created by 70 linear feet of windows and 10'-7'' ceilings. The adjacent kitchen with windowed seating area is offset from the living space to allow for cooking privacy while remaining open to the living room to create a natural flow for entertaining. Rich custom quartersawn black walnut and stainless steel cabinetry is effortlessly balanced with Bethel white granite countertops from Vermont. Appliances are by Gaggenau and Miele plus a 36'' fridge and wine cooler with additional refrigerator drawers by SubZero. The exquisite ensuite master bathroom is swathed in hand-selected statuary Carrara marble slabs that have been meticulously bookmatched. 644 SF private balcony. "
Any guesses to the price?
Only *sneeze* $8.2 million...I guess that's good for New York.