World’s Most Expensive Apartment Sold For $200 million

Whilst two months back, we informed you about One Hyde Park, the new luxury apartment building being constructed in London’s Knightsbridge neighborhood worth $200 million for exclusive apartments. And today one of the four elite penthouse apartments bagged its deserving price. No one is aware of the nature of businesses run by filthy rich that helps them accumulate such huge bank balances but for sure they have well-matched interests that does justice to their floating wealth.

Touted as the world’s most expensive apartment, it got sold for $200 million and the shock of the life is till now it’s under construction and is expected to be completed by 2010. The creditable factor leading to the surge in the quick sales of these apartments is their fancy facilities and insane middle setting. If you don’t know then the property is developed by Candy & Candy and is owned by Sheikh Hamad, Foreign Minister of the Gulf State of Qatar.

The estate features communal spas, wine-tasting facilities, wooden baths, marble surfaces and floor-to-ceiling fridges. They say each of the four penthouses would have security arrangements like bulletproof glass, panic rooms and access to an underground passage leading to a nearby hotel.

Via WallStreetFighter
World’s Most Expensive Apartment

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