Penthouse A at Rose Hill, in the borough’s NoMad neighborhood, is located on the 42nd and 43rd floors of the 45-story tower. The duplex has nearly 4,400 square feet of interior space, plus three private terraces totaling 1,331 square feet with 360-degree views of the city, according to Nicole Grandelli of CORE Real Estate, who is the sales director for the project.

The penthouse was first listed in January 2020,  Mansion Global previously reported. But the residence was only staged last week, she said. After people were able to see the completed, furnished home in person, an offer came quickly.

“The buyer had seen everything out there,” Ms. Grandelli said. “What makes Rose Hill special is that it feels like a home.” Ms. Grandelli declined to identify the buyer, saying only he was in the tech world.

A record of the transaction won’t be available until the deal closes later this year, so Mansion Global could not independently identify the buyer or verify the price.

The crown of the tower was recently illuminated, and move-ins are underway.

New York-based architecture firm CetraRuddy designed both the interiors and exterior of the building, which will bring 123 residences to the neighborhood. The Rockefeller Group developed the project, its first residential tower in Manhattan.

The three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom penthouse features a private landing and nearly 30-foot ceilings in the living and dining area which opens to a 700-square-foot terrace. The kitchen boasts custom dark charcoal woodwork, Calacatta marble countertops and Miele appliances, according to the listing.

Two of the bedrooms have terraces, and the primary suite also offers a bespoke vanity and radiant-heated marble floors. There’s also a laundry room and additional storage available.

Building amenities include a double-height lobby, a lounge known as the Blue Room with an adjacent courtyard, a gym curated by Fhitting Room, a 50-foot pool and a squash court by SquashRx. On the 37th floor, there’s a library with a selection of reading material curated by the Strand book store, a billiards area, a private dining room and two covered terraces with 360-degree views.