• A three-story penthouse at 520 West 28th Street in New York City is on the market for $39.5 million.
  • The 39-residence boutique building was designed by legendary Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid, who died in 2016.
  • The condo comes with a 2,000-square foot rooftop terrace overlooking the High Line park.
  • The building's amenities include a private IMAX theater, a 75-foot swimming pool, a sauna and steam room, and automated robotic parking and storage.
  • I took a tour of the building, and I've never seen anything like Hadid's design.
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Curving over the High Line park in New York City's Chelsea neighborhood is an 11-story residential building that looks like it belongs in the future.

520 West 28th Street is one of the last buildings to be designed by legendary Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid, who was nicknamed " Queen of the Curve ," which seems particularly apt when you look at the 39-residence boutique building. It's the only one she ever designed in New York before her death in 2016.

The lavish residence has attracted celebrity residents such as Sting and Ariana Grande.

Marketing and sales for the building are handled by Related Sales and Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group, and Charlie Attias is the listing agent.

If the 6,853-square-foot, three-story penthouse isn't enough space for you, it can be combined with the neighboring penthouse for a combined total of 11,121 interior square feet and a 3,892-square-foot terrace, according to Corcoran.

I toured the building's penthouse with its 2,000-square-foot wraparound rooftop terrace. Here's what it looks like.

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