Last year, when we checked in on some of the most expensive one-bedroom apartments in the United States, an apartment in the storied Fifth Avenue hotel/co-op The Sherry Netherland topped the list, coming in at almost $7M. Now, a similar apartment in the same building is asking a staggering $11.5M for a one bedroom with interiors by starchitect Richard Meier. The living spaces are sleek and modern, but devoid of the historic detail one might expect in a building completed in 1927. There's a custom walk-in closet that could be converted into a second bedroom, a tiny galley kitchen, two full bathrooms, and a powder room. Not a whole lot for all those millions and the monthly maintenance is also off the charts at more than $12K.
· 781 Fifth Avenue [BHS]
· Hate The In-Laws? The Country's Most Expensive One-Bedrooms [Curbed National]