Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel, with interiors by Thierry Despont, the 1,050-foot-tall 53 West 53 (formerly known as Tour Verre) offers its affluent residents spectacular amenities as well as incredible views. The mixed-use supertall skyscraper, which includes museum expansion space and a private restaurant, towers over the Museum of Modern Art, as developers paid off the museum and its neighbor, St. Thomas’s Episcopal Church , a total of $85.3 million for air rights.

Located on the 21st floor, this condo offers breathtaking views of the New York skyline and, in keeping with the famous museum below, is filled with iconic design pieces, both contemporary and vintage, that interact with the sculptural architecture of Nouvel. . Just listed for $6.67 million, with over $5,100 in monthly common charges, the apartment is available through Douglas Elliman listing agents Shari Scharfer-Rollins, Jade Chan, Frances Katzen, Renee Micheli, Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes.

With north and east exposures, as well as graceful proportions and high ceilings that allow the architecture to speak for itself, the apartment spans 2,410 square feet, offering two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a half. The foyer gives way to the great room, which is lined with floor-to-ceiling windows on two walls. The staging and set design were done by ASH NYC; the classic furniture makes the space elegant and timeless. The great room includes a Bachelor-Chair, designed by Verner Panton in 1955, a Sante End Table by Four Hands, two Soriana Lounge Chairs from 1969, designed by Afra and Tobia Scarpa, and a 70s-style marble coffee table.

Pocket doors in the long, wide entry gallery open into the compact yet smartly appointed galley kitchen, where statuary marble countertops and backlit backsplashes complement the painted glass cabinetry behind. The master suite features a large walk-in closet, a second smaller closet, and a uniquely configured en-suite bathroom fitted with marble, limestone, and travertine. The second bedroom also sports a walk-in closet and bathroom with limestone fixtures. There’s also a discreetly located powder and utility closet with washer and dryer, the latter a plum feature that will save housekeepers the tedious trips to a communal laundry room.

And don’t forget the 30,000 square feet of amenities, which include, according to the listing, “a staff that provides deeply personalized five-star hotel-level services that transcend even the highest expectations.” Looks like they expect challenges from the residents! There may not be a super trendy pickleball court, but the otherwise well-stocked wellness center includes a full gym, separate high and low energy fitness studios, a regulation squash, a golf simulator, men’s and women’s saunas and steam rooms and a spa treatment room. There’s also a naturally lit 65-foot lap pool, cold plunge pool, and hot tub. Other amenities include a library, screening room, children’s playroom, bike storage and storage.

While $6.7 million surely seems like an extremely high price for a two-bedroom condo — and it is — it pales in comparison to a two-bedroom penthouse on the 75th floor that’s currently under contract to be sold with an asking price of $33 million.