‘Crown Jewel of Soho’ Penthouse 1 Hits the Market for $66 Million

The highly anticipated Puck Penthouse 1—otherwise known as the “Crown Jewel of Soho”—has finally hit the market for $66 million, making it the most expensive downtown Manhattan offering since the Walker Tower penthouse, which went for $50.9 million last year.

Exquisitely custom-designed by Jose Ramirez, the extraordinary 7,241-square-foot duplex perched atop the Puck Building has six bedrooms, seven-and-a-half baths, a gym, a home theater, and a wine cellar, in addition to  over 5,000 square feet of beautifully-landscaped outdoor space.

Puck Penthouse 1

The majestic private home has an elevator which opens to a grand atrium gallery. This leads to a sprawling living room with a fireplace, surrounded by a north-facing terrace, which also has a fireplace. There are stunning views of the Manhattan skyline.

Puck 1

The interior features vaulted ceilings and the finest quality finishes throughout, combining striking industrial touches with wood, brick, and intricate metal detailing.


The phenomenal chef’s kitchen features top-of-the-line appliances by La Cornue, Sub-Zero, Wolf and Smeg. There is a seven-room grand master suite, with two large dressing rooms, two baths, and a sitting room with a fireplace. The additional bedrooms have en-suite marble baths.

Puck Penthouse 1

Penthouse 1

The pièce de résistance of Penthouse 1 is its outdoor space, which features a “yoga lawn,” a putting green, gas grills, a hot tub, and a wet bar.

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Details and photographs courtesy of Sotheby’s International Realty