The living room is quite grand, with a dramatic staircase and a wall of casement windows.
Photo: Brown Harris Stevens

Triplex Penthouse from The Godfather and Spiderman Lists for $2.8 Million

Spanning three floors and crowned by a private terrace, the penthouse can be seen in several blockbuster films

A triplex penthouse in New York with an illustrious cinematic history has hit the market for $2.8 million.

The grand abode is located in Murray Hill and sits atop Windsor Tower, a beautiful apartment complex overlooking the East River. Blockbuster films like Scarface, The Godfather, and Spiderman were all filmed here.

Built in 1929, the prewar penthouse lists a 24-hour attended lobby and a gym among its amenities. In the living room, a 18-foot ceiling and a wall of casement windows create a stunning effect, with an original wood-burning fireplace and a dramatic curved staircase adding to the room’s allure. Adjacent to the living room is a cozy eat-in kitchen with brick walls, pine cabinetry, and stainless-steel appliances.

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The first of the apartment’s two bedrooms is on the first floor and features two closets and a private balcony with views of the river. The spacious master bedroom and en suite bathroom are set on the second floor, while the entire top level is comprised of a massive private terrace with sweeping views of the city. The spacious living room and sprawling terraces offer potential buyers a rarely available amount of space for entertaining.

The listing also notes that the building is pet-friendly and allows for pied-à-terre ownership.

The residence is listed with Kiono Thomas and Russell Miller of Brown Harris Stevens.

The 1929 building features a 24-hour attended lobby and is just a few blocks away from the United Nations. Photo: Brown Harris Stevens
A cozy eat-in kitchen has exposed brick walls, pine cabinetry, and state-of-the-art appliances. Photo: Brown Harris Stevens
A dramatic curved staircase leads to the second-floor mezzanine, which overlooks the living room. Photo: Brown Harris Stevens
A wood-burning fireplace from the 1920s sits opposite the wall of casement windows, which offer incredible views of the East River. Photo: Brown Harris Stevens


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