Inside The $668,000,000 NYC Apartments BIllionaire’s Row

New York is known for a lot of things, the bright lights, the great food, and subway rats the size of small dogs.

Yes the big apple has everything for everybody, whether it’s spending a night out seeing a Broadway show, eating out at a Michelin starred restaurant, or doing something we can all afford, walking through central park.

Speaking of which, Just south of Central Park there’s a block of ultra luxury apartments and penthouses known very aptly as Billionaire’s Row. Not only is the average sale price for homes there 38.5 million dollars. It’s home to multiple Billionaires and Millionaires.

So we’re gonna take a gander at this strip of ultra luxury skyscrapers, and tour some of the most expensive homes Billionaire’s Row has to offer.



  1. Really. A 668 million dollar thumbnail.
    Just tell the people. We added up all the values of the homes. We tried to trick you to get you to click.
    Just dumb to try and deceive people with clickbait.

  2. Although all very impressive., heights are not my thing. A comfortable house on a few acres of land is more my thing. That being said, I could not even afford a ground floor closet in one of those buildings.

  3. GAWD! I can NOT stand to listen to the voice of the slathered-up ego of this pompous idiot narrator. Fortunately, there is closed-caption available. As for the homes in the buildings on Billionaires row – everything about them is totally unnecessary, and so these people live a totally unnecessary life.

  4. I have a 4,400 sq ft house, with 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, living room, gym, library, kitchen, storage room, swimming pool, green house, on a 1/2 of land with banana trees, mango trees, papaya trees, in the foothills above Panama City in Panama. I paid $125,000 – I'm a mile from the highway, it's quiet and peaceful. No Proud Boys, no Oath Keepers, no riots, no demonstrations. I cry myself to sleep every night because I'm not smart enough to live on billionaires row in NYC. I miss the vibration of the building as the rabble tries to crash into the ground floor with siege weapons. One of the worlds great sounds. Then there's the coming sea rise, buy a canoe. Having a $668,000,000 apartment is like having an Andy Warhol painting, once you realize it's a photocopy you try to unload it before others find out.

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